Norse Atlantic Airways intends to launch a Los Angeles to Paris connection with its Boeing 787s.
The new connection from the city of love is slated to begin on May 1st, 2024 and is part of the airline’s presence already out of Paris Charles De Gaulle, which sees a year-round connection to New York JFK and shortly Miami too.
Norse Atlantic Airways says that it’ll see flights operate six times weekly, a substantial commitment for the summer season 2024. The Paris flight will depart at 1615 before arriving into Los Angeles at 1905. After spending hours on the ground, the return leg will depart LAX at 2110 before arriving in Paris at 1700 the following day.
Ultimately, the airline will utilise its ever-reliable Boeing 787-9. The airline currently exclusively flies the series and has primarily taken over routes previously operated by Norwegian while also forging its pathway, offering cheap flights.
Norse says that the flights will start at €319 in economy, with that rate increasing for their premium service alongside any purchasable options such as additional baggage, meals and more.
Per Cirium data, the carrier has its Charles de Gaulle and New York JFK, alongside the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino and New York JFK flight leading the way per month, with 62 flights recorded for August 2023. The biggest drop year on year was London Gatwick to New York, which saw flights fall from 40 in August 2022 to 0 in August 2023.
Norse Atlantic is continuing to find ways to adapt to the market. This includes significant shifts for its overall network in the coming months as it looks towards flying to warm weather destinations during the European summer.