Norwegian has launched a new Premium Fare Calendar, allowing customers to search for the cheapest fares on its long-haul flights.

Similar to the low fare finders provided by airlines including British Airways, the Premium Fare Calendar enables passengers to look at the most affordable routes in which to travel in Norwegian’s Premium cabin.

The new service adds to the carrier’s existing low fare calendar for economy fares.

Norwegian says that the lowest Premium fares available on long-haul routes from Gatwick include £420 one-way to Boston, £430 to Chicago, £470 to New York JFK, £520 to Orlando, Fort Lauderdale (Miami), Tampa, Los Angeles, Oakland (San Francisco), Las Vegas, Denver, Austin and Seattle, £560 to Singapore, and £640 to Buenos Aires.

Note that Norwegian’s Singapore service is set to be dropped in January.

Premium seating is available on all of the airline’s B787s departing Gatwick, and earlier this year Norwegian launched its first Dreamliner aircraft with an expanded 56-seat Premium cabin.


Last month Norwegian’s CFO Geir Karlsen spoke to Business Traveller about potential changes to its winter schedule as the carrier embarks on a cost-cutting push.