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Norse Atlantic celebrates inaugural flights from Miami to Paris and Berlin with deals

Dec. 18, 2023
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Norwegian low-cost airline Norse Atlantic Airways launched two inaugural flights last week: one from Miami to Paris on Wednesday and one from Miami to Berlin on Thursday. To celebrate these new routes, the airline is offering discounted flights, with one-way journeys starting as low as $165.

Flights depart Miami International Airport (MIA) and arrive at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) or Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER). Flights to Paris now operate up to four times a week, departing at 8 p.m. and arriving at 11 a.m. the following day. Flights from Miami to Berlin operate once a week, departing at 8 p.m. and arriving in Berlin at 11:15 a.m. the following day.

Deal basics

Airline: Norse Atlantic Airways

Routes: From Miami to Berlin and Paris

How to book: Directly through the airline's website

Travel dates: Various dates in 2024

Book by: As soon as possible

Sample flights

There are discounted one-way trips scattered throughout the early months of 2024. For example, you can find a $159 one-way flight from Miami to Paris for Feb. 4.


This price applies to Norse's Economy Light class only, which includes just one personal item. If you want to bring a carry-on bag, it'll cost anywhere from $35 to $85, while a checked bag will cost somewhere between $60 and $125.

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Alternatively, you can upgrade from Economy Light to Economy Classic for almost $100 extra, and in return, you'll receive both a carry-on and checked bag as well as meal service during your flight.


There are also deals on round-trip journeys, though the return flights are a bit more expensive than the departing ones. For example, you can fly from Miami to Berlin for $152 one-way Jan. 18.


The return flight Jan. 26 is more expensive, at $243. However, a round-trip total of $395 to a popular European destination is still a good deal.


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Bottom line

Norse is celebrating its new flight service from Miami to Berlin and Paris with discounted flights. Browse Norse's website to find inexpensive dates that work for you in 2024 (but remember, the cheap fares apply only to the airline's Economy Light, its most basic fare).

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