Review: Norwegian Air 787 Premium Class
5 monthes ago - By GoBackpacking
Red and white Norwegian Air 737 at Barcelona airport
Spoiler alert! I've been a HUGE fan of the Norwegian Air 787 experience since flying with them for the first time in September 2015 on an economy class ticket from London Gatwick to Miami, Florida.
Booking two and a half weeks in advance, I paid $400 for the base fare, plus another $81 for a hot meal, seat reservation, and checked bag (the last of which I didn't need as I was traveling with a carry-on size backpack).
A one-way flight for $481 isn't ultra-cheap, for sure, but I was also paying for the chance to fly on my first Boeing 787...
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