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Article from BTNews 12 NOVEMBER 2018

Norwegian Premium cabin in focus

A new website feature claimed to give passengers easier access to the cheapest Premium fares on its long-haul flights was launched last week by Norwegian.

Designed to highlight what the airline calls its “unmatched” Business Class fares, the Premium Fare Calendar identifies at a glance the most affordable dates to travel in the Premium cabin.

Product features include leather seats with a 9in-10in recline, 11in inflight entertainment screens and more than 1m of legroom. Passengers have refreshments as they step on board and are served a three-course meal.

Sample return fares include £760 to Boston, £790 to Chicago, £860 to New York JFK, £960 to Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, £1,128 to Singapore and £1,241 to Buenos Aires.

SVP commercial Matthew Wood said: “We’re now making it easier for customers to take advantage of the lowest fares flying for the best-value premium experience. The calendar demonstrates our continued commitment to improving the online experience.”

Norwegian last month continued its UK growth with the launch of its newest long-haul route between London and Tampa; beginning a third-daily New York JFK service with a new mid-morning departure and resuming seasonal service to Las Vegas.

https://www.norwegian.com/uk/travel-info/on-board/premium-cabin

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