Been a while since one of these
Long-haul startup Norse Atlantic Airways, who plans to operate transatlantic flights from Europe to the United States next summer with Boeing 787s, has submitted its application to begin flying to the United States.
In the application, Norse revealed its first three routes set to begin in Summer 2022:
Oslo (OSL) to Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL)
Oslo (OSL) to Ontario, California (ONT)
Oslo (OSL) to Stewart, New York (SWF)
If launched, this would be Ontario Airport’s first transatlantic route.
Essentially, Norse Atlantic Airways is somewhat replacing Norwegian Air after they axed long-haul operations. Norwegian once flew to Stewart and Fort Lauderdale, but they chose Los Angeles (LAX) over Ontario.
What do you all think of Norse Atlantic Airways’ plan for U.S. flights (so far)?