Although Atlanta isn’t one of the cities yet, this low-cost airline is too good to be true!
If you’ve been dreaming of that trip across the pond but your budget doesn’t match the fantasy, then you might want to consider these new low-cost routes between the U.S. and Europe on Norse Atlantic Airways.
Launching last year, Norse Atlantic pride themselves on providing transatlantic travel that won’t break the bank, with their first flights between London Gatwick and JFK starting at £255 ($249) for a return ticket!
Even though Atlanta’s Hartfield-Jackson International Airport isn’t one of the many places that the airline are flying from/to, they are providing flights from NYC, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, and there’s more to come next year. So, let’s hope the ATL makes the cut soon!
Current one-way between NYC to London starting as low as $120 on selected dates. Travelers are also able to travel to other fabulous cities from NYC, like Berlin and Oslo for prices just around $200.
Inflight amenities include on-demand movies, comfortable seating, as well as food and drink. You can also bump up to premium, with both economy and premium options available. Premium tickets include wider seats and more leg room, for added comfort on those long-haul flights.
In other travel news except closer to home, Five Points MARTA Station is currently undergoing a flashy transformation, with construction on its new look, design, and purpose, set to start this winter. For more information on this modern glow-up, click here or the link below.