easyJet’s European routes to connect with Norwegian’s long-haul Network as airlines partner.

Passengers will be able to book an easyJet short-haul flight and self-connect to a Norwegian long-haul flight in one simple transaction.

Norwegian, the World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline for the third consecutive year and Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline for the fifth consecutive year, announced its partnership with British low-cost carrier easyJet, allowing passengers to connect a Norwegian long-haul flight with an easyJet short-haul flight in one single booking.

Launch of „Worldwide by easyJet“

Launched by easyJet, ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ allows passengers to seamlessly connect their easyJet flight with other partner airline flights, including Norwegian’s fast-growing network of affordable long-haul flights from the U.S, Asia and South America.

easyJet and Norwegian

With seats available on easyJet.com, the ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ service will initially focus on routes at London Gatwick Airport, using the airport’s ‘Gatwick Connects’ product. easyJet then expects the service to expand to other key airports in Europe in future, including airports where Norwegian also offers long-haul connections such as Paris Charles De Gaulle and Barcelona.

„The way we have designed Worldwide by easyJet means that we can profitably access a major new pool of customers without undermining easyJet’s operating model and industry leading punctuality. We know there is a real customer demand for making flight connections on easyJet easier. We are delighted with the partners who have signed up for our launch today. We are confident it will be popular with customers and look forward to announcing more partners in the near future,” said Peter Duffy, Chief Commercial Office for easyJet.

„Travel should be affordable for all so we are delighted to partner with another quality low-cost airline like easyJet to offer passengers even more choice. We already see a large number of passengers making connections between Norwegian’s own long-haul and short-haul networks and we welcome initiatives like ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ that give customers even more opportunities for affordable transfers between flights,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian Chief Commercial Officer.

Norwegian offers 58 transatlantic routes from 15 U.S. airports

Norwegian now offers 58 transatlantic routes from 15 U.S. airports to Denmark, France, Ireland, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom, as well six routes to the French Caribbean, totaling 64 routes out of the United States. Upcoming launches from the U.S. include: Denver to London (September 16, 2017); Seattle to London (September 17); Providence to Guadeloupe (October 29); Providence to Martinique (October 30); Fort Lauderdale to Martinique (October 30); New York/Newark to Rome (November 9); Los Angeles to Rome (November 11); Oakland/San Francisco to Rome (February 6, 2018); New York/Newark to Paris (February 28); Chicago to London (March 25); Austin to London (Mach 27); Denver to Paris (April 9); Oakland/San Francisco to Paris (April 10), and Boston to Paris (May 2).

SOURCE: Norwegian

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