Fly From East Coast To Europe For As Little As $210 Round-Trip

Norwegian has a great prices from airfare from a few East Coast airports to Europe. You can find direct round trip fares for as little as $210, even with some availability during the summer.

Norwegian Air

Fly from:

  • Providence (PVD)
  • Newburgh (SWF)
  • Hartford (BDL)

Fly to:

  • Belfast (BFS)
  • Dublin (DUB)
  • Edinburgh (EDI)
  • Shannon (SNN)

There’s some availability in July and August, but you’ll many more available dates after the summer.

How To Find These Fares

Start your search at Google Flights and click on the calendar to see the best prices for each month. Once you find one of these low fares, then you’ll be directed to go to the Norwegian Air website to complete your booking. For best prices you will need to book your outbound flight and return flight separately.

Here’s an example of availability for PVD-DUB:

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Fees

While Norwegian offers great prices, there’s tons of fees to watch out for, unless you’re traveling only with a small carry-on. You’ll be charged for advance seat assignment or meal service for the roughly six-hour flight. A checked bag will cost you $45 one way. Check out their optional service charges here to make sure this is a good deal for you.

Guru’s Wrap-Up

These are great prices if you’re near these airports, or if you can conveniently get to them. Stewart International Airport in Newburgh for example is only an hour from Manhattan.

Make sure you use a card that give you the best rewards on airfare such as Amex Platinum (5x on airfare), Chase Sapphire Reserve (3x on travel) or Citi Prestige (3x on airfare).

HT: TPG

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