Wednesday, 7 June 2017

NORWAY: Norwegian Air To resume Guadeloupe Islands Flights

Norwegian Air will resume its seasonal winter service to the Guadeloupe Islands for a third consecutive season. Nonstop flights from New York (JFK), Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Providence (PVD) to Guadeloupe (PTP) will begin on October 29th 2017.

Service will be significantly increased out of New York with six weekly flights (everyday but Wednesday). Flights will operate three times a week out of Fort Lauderdale and twice weekly out of Providence to Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe.

Tickets are now available for purchase at with fares as low as $79 one-way, taxes included.

New York (JFK): EVERY DAY BUT WEDNESDAYS – Departure time JFK – PTP: 2:10 pm
Fort Lauderdale (FLL): Tues. Thur. and Sat. – Departure time FLL – PTP: 3:35 pm
Providence (PVD): Thur. and Sun. – Departure time: 4:55 pm

S7 Airlines and Cyprus Airways have concluded an agreement for the performance of codeshare flights.

Now, passengers of S7 Airlines will be able to travel by codeshare flights of S7 Airlines and Cyprus Airlines from Saint Petersburg to Larnaca. The flights will be performed beginning from 8 June 2017 three times a week.

On Wednesdays and Fridays, the flights will depart from the Pulkovo airport at 05:05 and arrive at the Larnaca airport — at 09:45, on Sundays — departure at 01:50, arrival — at 06:30.

The flights from Larnaca will depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 20:10 and arrive in Saint Petersburg at 00:55.

This schedule will be convenient for passengers from Saint Petersburg travelling to Cyprus for a vacation.

An early arrival at the Larnaca airport and evening departure to Saint Petersburg will allow the passengers to get the most of their time in Cyrpus, without losing the day of departure and arrival.

The concluded codeshare agreement will also enable passengers from Saint Petersburg to travel to the Greek Islands of Rhodes or Crete with a connection at the Larnaca airport, the hub of Cyprus Airways.

The flights will be performed on the Airbus A319 modern aircraft of the Cyrprus Airways fleet. The aircraft is designed to carry 144 passengers in a comfortable economy class cabin.

The Icelandic airline WOW, on June 2, 2017, launched a direct route linking Reykjavik with Belgian capital, Brussels.

WOW flies from Reykjavik to Brussels seven times a week. Passengers will board an A321 aircraft for a flight that lasts 3 hour and 30 minutes. Roundtrip ticket prices start at 190$ including airport fees and transaction costs.

WOW air is a low-fare, long-haul airline based in Iceland. The airline was founded in November 2011 and serves 33 destinations across Europe, North America and Asia.

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