Los Angeles, CA | Norwegian Long Haul, a low cost long haul airline and a subsidiaries of Norwegian Air Shuttle, completed it’s inaugural flight between London-Gatwick International Airport, in Landon, England and Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California, using the company brand new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Norwegian will offer 2(two) weekly flights between the two cities Los Angeles (LAX) and London (LGW) only on Wednesdays and Sundays.
WHERE NORWEGIAN LONG HAUL FLIES
Norwegian started long-haul flights on 30 May 2013. The first scheduled flights was from Oslo and Stockholm to New York City and Bangkok, using wet-leased Airbus A340-300 aircraft while the airline awaited delivery for their new Boeing 787 Dreamliner. In March 2013 Norwegian Air Shuttle confirmed a new long haul route from Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm to Fort Lauderdale, beginning on 29 November 2013. Along with flights between Stockholm – Oakland and Los Angeles beginning May 2014, This service was announced in September of 2013. Norwegian also added Copenhagen-Los Angeles, Copenhagen-New York, Oslo-Oakland, Oslo-Los Angeles, Oslo-Orlando and Bergen-New York (JFK).
Flight Out of LAX (Los Angeles International Airport flights between
Los Angeles – Stockholm
Norwegian operates three weekly flights between Los Angeles (LAX) and Stockholm (ARN) – with departures on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Los Angeles – Copenhagen
Norwegian operates three weekly flights between Los Angeles (LAX) and Copenhagen (CPH), on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Los Angeles – Oslo
Norwegian will operate one weekly flight every Sunday between Los Angeles (LAX) and Oslo (OSL).
Norwegian Long Haul will be using its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on all flights, including both the dash 8 and dash 9 models. As of today(July 3 2014) Norwegian fleets includes 6 Dreamliners (Boeing 787) DASH 8 MODELS with another 6 on order, along with 8 of the DASH 9 MODELS, with both Boeing and Aircraft leasing companies. Delivery date into 2016. Norwegian configured their 787-8 (DASH 8)with a total of 291 seating configured with 32 Business Class seats and 259 in economy.