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Norse Atlantic Airways Expands Miami Operations with Nonstop Flights to Berlin and Paris

Following its recent announcement to relocate all South Florida flights to Miami International Airport in September, Norse Atlantic Airways is further expanding its services by introducing flights from MIA to Berlin and Paris starting in December. As part of its winter schedule, Norse Atlantic will commence four weekly Miami-Paris flights on December 12, followed by its weekly Miami-Berlin service on December 14.

This announcement marks the reintroduction of nonstop service between Miami and Berlin since 2017 and provides a second nonstop option between MIA and Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport. Norse Atlantic will make its debut in the Miami market on September 18 with four weekly flights to London (Gatwick) and Oslo, both destinations currently lacking nonstop service from MIA. Passengers with existing bookings on Norse Atlantic’s Fort Lauderdale routes after September 17 will be rebooked onto the new Miami service or offered a full refund.

Norse Atlantic offers two cabin options, Economy and Premium, along with three fare choices: Light, Classic, and Flextra. Light fares provide a value option, while Flextra fares include generous baggage allowances, two meal services, enhanced airport and onboard experiences, and increased ticket flexibility. The airline operates exclusively with Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, featuring state-of-the-art entertainment systems for each seat. Premium cabin seats offer a 43-inch seat pitch and a 12-inch recline, ensuring a comfortable journey for passengers.

Founded by CEO and major shareholder Bjørn Tore Larsen in March 2021, Norse Atlantic Airways operates a fleet of 15 modern and fuel-efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The airline serves various destinations, including New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, Washington, San Francisco, Boston, Oslo, London, Berlin, Rome, and Paris. Its inaugural flight took off from Oslo to New York on June 14, 2022.

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