Austin isn’t stopping at all.
Norwegian will launch three-weekly service between Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) and Austin (AUS) from May 6, 2020 using the 787-9.
From September 25, 2020, it will drop to two-weekly.
Norwegian currently operates numerous long-haul routes from CDG, such as Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Orlando, Boston, Denver, and San Francisco.
Congrats AUS airport for more service, and
@Suhas @snoman @BadPlane @HelloSkyMan enjoy the additional service!
Wow, Austin is expanding rapidly! I love seeing developments at this airport! Best of luck to the new route! :D
Yay, time to get my Paris on.
Very interesting! A nice route for those Texans
@Suhas and @Aviation360 😉
Aviations from Houston, but me, snowman, Suhas, and more are austinites
WOW! This is crazy. My expectations for what AUS would start to do we’re high, probably higher than most people, but this even exceeds my expectations!
heck yes texas gettin some love
@AlphaSeven Houston already has IAH-CDG
And it’s actually operated by a Air France 77W
Guys there is a 80% chance I will take this flight next fall break! (Yes my school had fall break) We will fly to Paris, spend a few days there, then take a train to Switzerland, then a train back to Paris and fly home!!! I flew Norwegian last year on AUS-LGW, and we liked it! I’m so excited!
@snoman @BadPlane @Joshua_Kincheloe @reidasaurusrex I’ll take pics lol
OMG that is sooo awesome!!!
Have fun! I saw the Norwegian 787 fly right over me at the UT vs Kansas football game
Not going to lie, I’m jealous of Austin expanding so much recently. For once, Denver has something to trump Austin: Norwegian flying to LGW and CDG from Denver, whereas Austin just has CDG. Suck it!
Edit: According to
@snoman, it turns out AUS has flights to LGW, too. Darn it! 🤣
In all seriousness, congrats to AUS for receiving a new carrier!
Aus has LGW with Norwegian too …
Darn…and I thought we had beaten Austin for once. Oh, well. My moment of joy will come soon enough.
Hey, I mean… Denver has flights to what? Tokyo, Anchorage, four cities in Hawaii, Panama City, Iceland (Reykjavik), along with Munich and Zurich.
Fair enough. I guess I’m just very jealous of y’all getting KLM. KLM is too scared to fly to anything besides Delta hubs, large cities, and cities that pay them to fly into their airports. AMS is one of DEN’s most unserved markets, and it’s surprising to not see KLM jump in.
Love it! We are now connected to Europe in so many ways, London, Amsterdam, and now Paris!
Here’s a table showing the long-haul schedule from AUS next year:
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