New low-cost airline Norwegian Air to offer S$199 Singapore to London direct flights

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Great news for travellers planning a backpacking expedition or your next honeymoon in Europe later this year. That’s because Norwegian Air Shuttle, the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe, will be making their way to Singapore in September later this year.

The airline is relatively young, despite operating for two decades. Today, it covers over 100 destinations worldwide with an aircraft fleet size of over a hundred.

Starting 28 September 2017, Norwegian will be launching four-times-weekly non-stop flights from Singapore to London at an affordable S$199 all-in one-way ticket as part of their launch celebration. Norwegian will also be using the new 344-seat Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft with Economy and Premium Class cabins.

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The first flight will take off from Singapore on 29 September. Travellers can now book their tickets on the official Norwegian website, while seats last.

Return flights from London Gatwick as well as connecting flights to New York, Stockholm and Copenhagen are available at launch as well.

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