Norwegian has continued to expand its long-haul network with new direct routes from London Gatwick to the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico pencilled in to begin in November.
Further, as of May 2015, Pula in Croatia will be a new destination from London Gatwick.
The airline is also adding more weekly flights between London Gatwick and New York.
“The response we’ve had on our intercontinental destinations has been overwhelming and it is obvious that affordable fares were scarce before Norwegian entered the market.
“This makes it even more enjoyable to add more destinations to our route map of more than 100 destinations. We are looking forward to welcoming new and returning customers on our new routes between London Gatwick and the Caribbean,” said Norwegian chief commercial officer Thomas Ramdahl.
“We are also adding more weekly flights between New York and London Gatwick, and Los Angeles and London Gatwick because of the great response.
“Pula in Croatia is also a new destination from London Gatwick this summer,” he added.
Norwegian has a long-haul and a short-haul base for cabin crew and pilots at London Gatwick.
The routes across the Atlantic will be operated by the Gatwick-based crew and Norwegian’s US-based crew.