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Norwegian LAX-LGW London $526 round trip Jan to March 2016 with one checked bag

Norwegian Airlines has Los Angeles to London Gatwick nonstop at $249 one way for travel on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from January 21 to March 8, with more dates outside that period at $299 one way. The price is as low as $270 one way for LGW-LAX. More common is $300 one way LGW-LAX for flights on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

Norwegian Airlines Los Angeles LAX – London LGW

Google Flights calendar $249 one-way fare.

Bag fee for one checked bag is $42 one-way. I noticed the fare is only 33 EUR ($36 USD) when booking through the UK website.

LAX-lGW Google Flights Norwegian $249 Feb-Mar16

Norwegian Big Fare Difference when ticket purchased through European site

Norwegian Airlines Feb 9 $290.20 one way LAX-LGW with one checked bag. The same ticket purchased through a European site is 207.80 EUR ($226.51 USD) with one checked bag.

image   LAX-LGW 207.80 EURow Feb 9

Norwegian Airlines London LGW – Los Angeles LAX

Google Flights calendar $270 and $300 one-way fare

LGW-LAX Norwegian $270 Feb-mar

Norwegian bag fees are 25 GBP for one checked bag on LGW-LAX.

LGW-LAX Norwegian Mar 8     LGW-LAX Norwegian 274.40 EUR Mar 3

Buy LGW-LAX on Norwegian US website and the fare is $338.30 with one checked bag. Buy the ticket on the UK website and the price is 274.40 EUR with one checked bag.

Norwegian Airlines LGW-LAX 274.40 EUR = $299.17 USD.

$526 USD LAX-LGW London round trip when purchased through the UK website.

Round trip LAX-LGW on Norwegian Airlines with payment for one checked bag is $628 USD when purchased on USA website or you can book the flights on the Norwegian UK website for 482 EUR or $526 USD for a savings of $100 USD on the round trip ticket price.

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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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