Norwegian Airlines to fly to Rome from LA, NYC, and Oakland

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Norwegian Airlines has announced flights to Rome, Italy from three U.S. cities. The flights, which will begin in November 2017, will travel to Rome from New York City (Newark), Oakland/San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

Tickets from Newark to Rome start at only $189 each way, and flights from Oakland and Los Angeles will start at $229 each way.

Norwegian previously announced they will be launching numerous transcontinental flights, including from the U.S. to Barcelona, Paris, London, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm.

“Rome is one of the top tourist destinations in the world, and a favorite among Americans, so it was an obvious choice for us as we continue to expand our transatlantic presence. Soon Norwegian will offer more transatlantic routes than any other airline in the world. More U.S. routes mean we will create more American jobs and offer American travelers even more affordable fares,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s Chief Commercial Officer.

According to the airline, service from Newark Liberty International Airport to Rome’s Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport will launch on November 9, 2017, and operate four times a week until the early February 2018 when it increases to six times per week.

Service from Los Angeles International Airport to Rome will launch on November 11, 2017, and operate twice weekly until February, when it will offer service three times a week. Flights from Oakland International Airport to Rome will launch on February 6, 2018, with a twice weekly service.

Tickets for all the destinations are on sale now at Norwegian Airlines’ website.