Budget carrier Norwegian is releasing a record 75,000 seats on flights to the US for the winter.
Frequency is being raised on flights to Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles and Orlando, while Las Vegas is being added to the transatlantic network and Puerto Rico returns to the winter schedule.
A total of six weekly Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights have been added to the flying programme from Gatwick where eight US destinations are covered.
Norwegian has also reduced its premium fares by up to 30% with prices now leading in at £399 one way to all US destinations. Economy flights start at £149 single.
Chief commercial officer, Thomas Ramdahl, said: "Today Norwegian has made a record 75,000 long-haul seats available to buy on routes to the US for winter 2016 – helping the British public to secure the best possible deals by booking in advance.
“With eight low-cost routes to the US, Norwegian continues to provide Brits with cheaper transatlantic travel, all while flying passengers in high-quality comfort on the newest Dreamliner aircraft.
“Winter 2016 will be our busiest yet as Brits seek out our affordable flights to popular US destinations. So whether you want to fly to Boston for a city break or head to Los Angeles and road-trip up the coast, the increased number of affordable seats will make it easier than ever before for Brits to take their dream US holiday this winter.”
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