Jun152015

Norwegian Air LAX-OSL $404, LAX-London $545, LAX-Rome $647

Norwegian Air has some low fares available from Los Angeles LAX to Oslo, London LGW and several other European cities like Berlin and Rome. Checked bag fees and seat assignment add about $90 each way, but the price is unbeatable if you can fly with only a carry-on bag and WiFi is free on Norwegian flights. The aircraft is a state of the art Boeing 787-800 Dreamliner for transatlantic flights.

Norwegian Air Los Angeles – Oslo, Norway

$403.70 Thursday November 19 – Thursday November 26

LAX-OSL $404 Norwegian Nov15

There are only a few dates with $404 fares. Several more dates have fares from $471 to $504 round trip between late September and December 2015.

Norwegian Air Los Angeles – London Gatwick LGW

$544.30 Thursday December 3 – Thursday December 10

Nonstop flights Los Angeles LAX to London Gatwick are priced in the high $700s for September departures, priced from $679 to low $745 for October dates, drop to $595 in November and as low as $545 in December and 2016 winter months.

Norwegian has great mid-day and early evening departure times for these flights so you do not have to get up at an insanely early hour or arrive late in the evening.

LAX-LGW $545 Norwegian

I was surprised to see a low fare to Rome flying LAX-LGW and then a nonstop Norwegian LGW to Rome FCO flight.

Norwegian Air Los Angeles LAX – London LGW – Rome FCO

$646.90 Dec 3-10, 2015

LAX-FCO $646 Norwegian

I would recommend waiting for an airfare sale from one of the major carriers if you plan on flying a two segment flight and need to check luggage, since luggage fees add $150 to $200 to the ticket price with Norwegian.

The deal for nonstop flights from Los Angeles LAX to Oslo or London are hard to beat.

Other deals I see for Norwegian:

LAX-Copenhagen CPH $504 round trip

LAX – Berlin SXF $579

LAX – Barcelona BCN $606

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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