Norwegian to Launch Nonstop Service From Denver to Paris

Jul 20, 2017

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Denver is the central, ever-growing hub for international travel. Recently, Edelweiss Airlines said it’s starting flights from DEN to Zurich (ZRH), Copa Airlines announced that it’ll begin service to Panama City (PTY), Lufthansa added DEN to Munich (MUC) service, Southwest launched flights to Belize City (BZE) and low-cost Norwegian announced transatlantic service to London (LGW). Now, the latter of those carriers is adding more flights — this time from DEN to Paris (CDG).

The carrier announced today that it’s going to begin the 2x weekly service to Paris on April 9, 2018. The route will be operated by one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft and will operate year round on Mondays and Fridays.

The new service will launch with economy fares from CDG to DEN starting as low as $229 one-way, including taxes, and from $815 one-way in the Premium cabin. These flights are currently bookable on Norwegian’s site, and we’re seeing round-trip fares from DEN to CDG from $475 when booking on the US version of the website, and from $464 when booking through the Norwegian version of the website.

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Norwegian is certainly on a roll in the US — it announced that it was set to begin nonstop service from Chicago (ORD) and Austin (AUS) to London Gatwick (LGW). In the coming months and into next year, the carrier will launch 15 new routes from the US to destinations through Europe and the French Caribbean.

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