errlloyd Registered User
#2

It is Nowegian. Just to save people from clicking it.

So it is into Stewart Airport. Still an incredible price if you can travel with no baggage etc.

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Berty Registered User
#3

Add your seat, add your meal, add your baggage, add your very long transfers.

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Mr.S Moderator
#4

Berty said:
Add your seat, add your meal, add your baggage, add your very long transfers.


The transfer isn't soooo bad it's a easy shuttle.

And no need for a reserved seat or food!

You can't be picky with these bargain flights.

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eoghan104 Registered User
#5

Mr.S said:
The transfer isn't soooo bad it's a easy shuttle.

And no need for a reserved seat or food!

You can't be picky with these bargain flights.

Food on planes is generally rank anyway!

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Creamy Goodness Registered User
#6

Maybe a suggestion for flight bargain alerts the thread title should include the airport codes. that way there's no ambiguity in what you're getting e.g.:

[DUB - SWF]
[DUB - JFK]

etc.

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paddyg91 Registered User
#7

How long will this last for?

Doltanian Registered User
#8

eoghan104 said:
Food on planes is generally rank anyway!


Exactly and unless you have some medical condition you can easily do transatlantic without eating that absolute bile. I often fly to Asia to places like Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok and never touch the airline food, maybe the dessert or the little bread roll are ok and the free drinks fine, everything is pure rotten. I got food poisoning after flying back to Ireland in 2012 and I attribute it to the airline food. Haven't touched airline food since.

People regularly slum it with Ryanair down to the Canary Islands and you must remember that the Norwegian return leg to Ireland will be only around 1hr longer with the jet-stream behind it.

Bottle of water and some sleeping pills are you friend for 8+hrs flights, anything shorter isn't worth talking about. Norweigan to NY is easily bearable provided the seating isn't as tight as Ryanair.

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Heisenberg. Moderator
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Berty said:
Add your seat, add your meal, add your baggage, add your very long transfers.


People (and media) dissing these flights must think JFK is in Times Square.
The last time I got a bus from there to Manhattan it took about 1hr 45m.

The Stewart Express states 80mins travel time on their website.

As for your other 3 points; bring a sandwich, no need to book a seat and just bring carry on.
I've bought two of these TAL flights with Norwegian this year.
Very much looking forward to travelling on their brand new 737 MAX's too.

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razor12345 Registered User
#10

Anyone know if water and soft drinks is are included on these flights


Heisenberg. said:
People (and media) dissing these flights must think JFK is in Times Square.
The last time I got a bus from there to Manhattan it took about 1hr 45m.

The Stewart Express states 80mins travel time on their website.

As for your other 3 points; bring a sandwich, no need to book a seat and just bring carry on.
I've bought two of these TAL flights with Norwegian this year.
Very much looking forward to travelling on their brand new 737 MAX's too.

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jenno86 Registered User
#11

I presume you can still do the pre-clearance in Dublin? Insane prices for flights to NYC, I was thinking of going this year and this seems to good to miss.

JCX BXC Registered User
#12

razor12345 said:
Anyone know if water and soft drinks is are included on these flights


Ahahhahahahhah not a hope, that's the point!

sjb25 Registered User
#13

razor12345 said:
Anyone know if water and soft drinks is are included on these flights


Ehhh no but will hardly leave you broke to buy a bottle of water or a soft drink before you board

Cheap flights for anybody not fussy if you want dinner and prebooked seat drinks etc etc then plenty of airlines will do that but for the rest of us who just need the lift over with some hand luggage happy days

RocketRaccoon Registered User
#14

I would love to take advantage of this deal but I just don't see myself ever going to New York and not having checked in baggage, particularly on the way home.

unklerosco Registered User
#15

RocketRaccoon said:
I would love to take advantage of this deal but I just don't see myself ever going to New York and not having checked in baggage, particularly on the way home.


Check a bag on the way back, carry on on the way over.. buy a cheap suitcase and fill it while ur there.

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