Non-Stop West Coast – London and Paris From Only $133 January – March

Norwegian, the low cost transatlantic carrier with new Boeing 787s, is offering Los Angeles – London Gatwick from $153 at the beginning of the year, January – March.

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On the site you’ll find fares of $159.90 one-way all-in during the first 3 months of 2018.

However as is often the case with Norwegian, you can save a bit booking on non-US websites. For instance book the same flight at and it’ll come out as £114.90.

That’s $153.22 at current exchange rates, just be sure you’re using a card with no foreign transaction fees.

Oakland – London Gatwick is available from $139.90.

On the UK site it’s £99.90 (which is $133).

Meanwhile Los Angeles – Paris is available from $149.90.

Pre-reserved seats are $45. Here are baggage charges.

I remember as a kid watching Saturday Night Live and their 1986 commercial for the the Adobe, a Mexican import that’s first car to break the $200 barrier. It was made of clay.

Well you could buy a clay car, or go to Europe. It’s an incredible time to be alive, even if I’d rather fly in a premium cabin if possible.

(HT: Loyalty Traveler)

About Gary Leff

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  1. Anybody try buying two or three seats and spreading out over the entire row? At these prices, seems like it might be worth it and could still get a decent night’s sleep.

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