Norwegian has just announced that it will be launching cheap flights to South America with 153 new routes from Argentina starting next year.
They plan to operate flights to roughly 73 domestic destinations in the South American country, and to 80 different international destinations around the globe in 2018.
Norwegian Air plans to offer direct flights from Buenos Aires to U.S. hubs that include Los Angeles and New York.
They’re also interested in cities that include Dallas and Honolulu in the U.S., and Johannesburg in South Africa, Ole Christian Melhus head of the airline’s operations in Argentina, told Bloomberg in an interview earlier this year.
The airline plans to have a fleet of more than 60 aircraft in Argentina within the next five to 12 years, and will operate flights both on the Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 787-Dreamliner aircraft. The carrier is also making a name for itself with it’s excellent Norwegian Premium Economy seats on it’s Dreamliner, which are similar to Domestic First seats within America.
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