Norwegian has announced plans for its latest transatlantic services, with three new US routes from Rome.

The low-cost carrier will operate a four-times weekly service between Rome Fiumicino and Newark Liberty starting on November 9, increasing to six flights per week from “early February 2018”. Fares will start from $189 one-way in economy, and £539 in Premium.

Then from November 11 Norwegain will commence flights from Rome to Los Angeles International, operating twice weekly before increasing to three flights per week from February. Fares start from $229 and $719 one-way in economy and Premium respectively.

Finally the airline will launch a twice weekly service between Rome and Oakland International on February 6, with fares starting from $229 one-way in economy and $719 in Premium.

Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s chief commercial officer said that the carrier would soon “offer more transatlantic routes than any other airline in the world”, with other forthcoming services including flights from Barcelona launching this month, and new B737 Max routes to Ireland, Scotland and Norway.

Norwegian also recently announced plans for domestic and international services operating out of Buenos Aires, as well as flights from London to Singapore.