Norse Atlantic Airways Begins Regular Flights Between Paris and New York
Norse Atlantic Airways is inaugurating a new era of transatlantic travel between France and the U.S. by launching its first flight from Paris - Charles de Gaulle to New York (JFK). The daily direct service began on March 26th, 2023, ensuring customers experience a high-quality service onboard the modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Passengers travelling from Paris to New York will now have the option to land at terminal 7 at JFK, alongside the existing Oslo and Berlin services.
“We are delighted to offer affordable travel and increased choices for our passengers between the vibrant cities of Paris and New York JFK. This new service between Paris and New York will further boost transatlantic travel benefiting local tourism and businesses on both sides of the Atlantic. With the addition of our latest route from Paris, our airline now offers a total of five European destinations from New York JFK this summer, including Rome, Berlin, Oslo, and London,” said the CEO of Norse Atlantic Airways, Bjorn Tore Larsen.
Source: Norse Atlantic Airways
Our inaugural flight from Paris CDG to New York JFK has just pushed back. Here are our team celebrating connecting these two global cities.— Norse Atlantic Airways (@flynorse) March 26, 2023
We can't wait to fly more explorers between these two great cities.#flynorse #Paris #NewYork #Inaugural pic.twitter.com/0yKPRW1INh
Daily departures from Paris are at 19.45, with arrival in New York at 22.00 local time. The return flights depart New York at 00.30 and land in Paris at 14.05 local time.
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