Norse Atlantic Airlines has announced its full summer 2023 schedule, including seven routes between London Gatwick Airport and the US.

Norse Atlantic Airlines, launched in March 2021, is positioning itself as a low-cost long-haul airline, with transatlantic routes from London, Berlin, Oslo, Paris and Rome to the US.

The London to Washington, D.C. route will launch on 1 June, operating up to six flights a week; and London to Los Angeles will launch on 30 June, operating a daily flight.

London to San Francisco will launch on 1 July, operating three times a week; and London to Boston will launch on 2 September, operating five times a week.

“This marks an important day for the UK aviation industry and for consumers as we celebrate serving more destinations to the US from London Gatwick this summer than any other airline,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO of Norse Atlantic Airways.

“We have made a significant investment in our UK airline, based at Gatwick Airport, and now employ over 370 colleagues at our London base. I am very pleased that we are fulfilling our pledge to create competition in the transatlantic market that will benefit consumers, stimulate business travel and lead to job creation on both sides of the Atlantic.”

Norse Atlantic, which exclusively operates Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, currently runs a daily direct service from London to New York and recently announced flights to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale launching in May.

“We are delighted to welcome four new Norse Atlantic routes this summer, giving passengers a fantastic choice of seven US destinations at excellent value, whether for holidays, business, or visiting family and friends,” said Gatwick Airport CEO Stewart Wingate.

“The new services mean Gatwick and Norse will provide an increasingly competitive offering, which is great news for passengers across London and the South East UK, as well as businesses in the region.”

Norse Atlantic offers two cabin prices, Economy and Premium, and operates connectivity partnerships with easyJet, Norwegian, and Spirit Airlines.