Norse Atlantic Airways is making it a whole lot easier – and cheaper – to experience a Roman holiday!
The low-cost carrier just unveiled its fifth route between Europe and JFK Airport with a daily service to Rome, Italy.
“We are thrilled to launch our inaugural service between Rome and New York JFK, connecting two vibrant cities with deep historical and cultural ties. Our commitment to delivering affordable long-haul travel experiences without compromising on quality is at the core of Norse Atlantic Airways’ vision,” said Bjørn Tore Larsen, CEO Norse Atlantic Airways.
Our inaugural flight from Rome to New York took to the skies yesterday, making Rome the 5th European destination on our network.— Norse Atlantic Airways (@flynorse) June 20, 2023
Our team were there along with @AeroportidiRoma to celebrate the first flight.#flynorse #Inaugural #Rome pic.twitter.com/Vm6ck9jGrr
“The addition of this flight to New York JFK helps strengthen our direct air offer to the United States, which will see record levels during the 2023 summer season,” Ivan Bassato, chief aviation officer of Aeroporti di Roma, added.
Flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport depart at 1855 and land at JFK at 2230, with return flights departing New York at 0030 and arriving in Rome at 1515.
Norse Atlantic Airways already operates flights from New York JFK Airport to Oslo, London Gatwick, Paris and Berlin.