Norse Atlantic to start Caribbean routes from Gatwick

Low fare long-haul carrier Norse Atlantic Airways is to serve Barbados and Jamaica for the first time from Gatwick next winter.

Daily flights to Barbados will run from October 29 with fares starting at £449 return.

Montego Bay will be served four times a week from the same date with a £559 lead-in return.

Three flights a week will operate to Kingston from October 31 with a £579 return.

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Norse Atlantic will also launch flights between Oslo and Bangkok twice a week from November 2 as part of its winter timetable.

Chief executive Bjorn Tore Larsen said: “We are very pleased to announce the launch of these new winter sun routes from London Gatwick. 

“More travellers will now be able to experience these amazing destinations thanks to our low fares and those wishing to reunite with friends and family will have greater choice during this traditionally high demand period of travel. 

“This winter Norse Atlantic will proudly become the second largest long-haul carrier at London Gatwick by seat capacity.”

Gatwick aviation development vice president Stephanie Wear added: “We are really excited to see Norse expanding its range of destinations this winter. 

“Having more opportunities for passengers to enjoy some winter sun in Barbados and Jamaica, at fantastic value, is great news for people across London and the southeast.”

Norse Atlantic operates two-class Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. 

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