Norwegian launches completely new low-cost route to Argentina

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

Norwegian is usually continuing its global expansion today by launching the UK’s first low fare route to South America, which has a non-stop service through London Gatwick to Buenos Aires.

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

The completely new year-round service will begin by offering four weekly flights through London Gatwick to Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport.

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

Norwegian chief executive, Bjorn Kjos, said: “Today we have marked the start of our completely new expansion into South America by bringing a taste of Argentina to London Gatwick.

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

“I am delighted to bring our high quality long-haul flights to another continent as we launch the only direct flight through London Gatwick to Buenos Aires, giving leisure along with business passengers affordable access to South America.

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

“Our first flight to Buenos Aires through the UK marks another milestone for Norwegian.

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

“As our first South American route takes off, of which is usually also a first step towards ambitious plans for international along with domestic growth in Argentina, ahead of flights to Chicago along with Austin through London Gatwick next month.”

Norwegian Launches Completely New Low-cost Route To Argentina

Norwegian’s long-haul flights through London Gatwick are exclusively operated by a fleet of brand completely new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

Gatwick Airport chief executive, Stewart Wingate, said: “The launch of Norwegian’s first ever South American route is usually another exciting landmark in Gatwick’s on-going mission to connect the UK to more along with more long-haul destinations.

“The airport at This kind of point offers 63 long-haul connections – with many, including Buenos Aires, operated by low-cost carriers – generating Gatwick the busiest departure airport for low-cost long-haul services from the globe.

“We’re going to continue breaking completely new ground This kind of year along with remain focused on strengthening Gatwick’s global reach at a time when worldwide connections are crucial for the UK.

“In fact, two completely new Norwegian routes to Austin along with Chicago will follow the Buenos Aires service into Gatwick’s schedules next month alone.”

Buenos Aires will be Norwegian’s 11th route launched through London Gatwick from the past four years along with by the end of March, Norwegian will become the second largest long-haul airline at Gatwick with 13 direct long-haul routes following the launch of Singapore in September, Buenos Aires in February along with Chicago along with Austin in March 2018.

Argentina ambassador Carlos Sersale di Cerisano said: “This kind of first direct flight through Norwegian connecting London Gatwick to Buenos Aires is usually great news for Argentina, as means more travellers can fall in love with our fantastic country.”

Norwegian launches completely new low-cost route to Argentina

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