Flying And Travel Has Now Entirely Changed Due To Covid-19: What To Expect This 2022

Flying to and from Europe, North America and Asia just got a lot different with the launch of new low-cost airlines.

Will the rules differ for tourists who’ve recovered from coronavirus and received one standard vaccination, as is customary in countries such as Germany?

How will Omicron affect vaccination statuses? There’s some push for a digital QR-based standard (possibly the EU’s Digital Covid Certificate), but that’s going to need a lot of work and negotiation.)

Starting a new airline during a pandemic is a bit of wild card to say the least, but Norse Atlantic Airways is rising to the challenge by launching long-haul low cost flights between Europe and the United States, becoming the world’s first low-cost transatlantic airline.

Norse Atlantic Airways will use Boeing 787 Dreamliners on its flights between London and New York/Newark, Copenhagen and Los Angeles, Paris and San Francisco, Berlin and Boston, Oslo and Chicago-O’Hare, Stockholm and Seattle/Tacoma, Moscow and Orlando/Sanford, St Petersburg and Las Vegas/McCarran along with its new routes from Edinburgh to Baltimore/Washington.

With fares starting at just £49 ($62) one way on Norse’s long haul services that are being flown by an all Airbus A330 fleet featuring extra legroom Economy seats with 34 inches of pitch on board for just £249 ($313), Norse Atlantic Airways is offering a travel experience that you won’t forget.

The airline’s transatlantic routes take off from their low-cost base in Glasgow and land at some of the world’s most iconic airports such as London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Berlin Tegel and Frankfurt, Boston Logan International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Las Vegas McCarran International Airport.

For those looking to get away this summer for an affordable price, Norse Atlantic Airways will be providing cheap flights across Europe with fares starting at just €49 ($56) one way including all taxes and charges. The airline also operates long haul services to New York, San Francisco and Seattle from its four bases which are located at Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Berlin Tegel (TXL), Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Copenhagen Airport (CPH).

After a massive first year of operations, the airline has been ranked as the world’s best performing airline by Air Transport World.

The first commercial service for Norse Atlantic Airways will take place this summer from June 28th !