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New Route of the Day – Americas (1 May 2024): Norse Atlantic between Paris CDG and Los Angeles


Norse Atlantic chose the first day of May to inaugurate flights between Paris CDG and Los Angeles. The 9,125-kilometre journey will operate 4-weekly, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, with the 338-seat 787-9s. The carrier faces strong competition, going head-to-head against joint-venture partners Air France and Delta, with 22-weekly and daily flights respectively, as well as a 4-weekly rotation by Air Tahiti Nui.

Flight N0311 departs Paris CDG at 16:15 local time, arriving in Los Angeles at 19:05 local time. The inbound service, operating as N0312, is wheels up from LAX at 21:10 local time, touching back down in the French capital at 17:00 local time, the following day.

What they said

Bjorn Tore Larsen, Founder and CEO of Norse Atlantic, said: “The beautiful city of Paris is now even more accessible from Los Angeles thanks to the great value fares on Norse. Whether traveling for work or pleasure, our Premium and Economy cabins offer a relaxed and spacious experience on board our Boeing 787 Dreamliners. With up to six flights a week from the heart of Hollywood to the City of Love there has never been a better time to experience the magic of the French capital.”

Paris CDG with 350-weekly US flights

Paris is the second destination Norse Atlantic serves from Los Angeles, complementing London LGW.

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The addition of a the 4-weekly service sees Paris CDG linked with 350-weekly flights to the US. JFK is the most frequent service, currently operated a total of 77 times per week. It is followed, in joint second, by both the Los Angeles and Atlanta routes with 37-weekly flights each. Apart from the three, Paris CDG is also linked to (from most to least frequent): Boston, Washington IAD, New York EWR, Chicago ORD, San Francisco, Detroit, Miami, Dallas-Fort Worth, Seattle, Houston, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, Raleigh/Durham, Cincinnati, and Denver.

There are just under 100,000 weekly seats between Paris CDG and the US in each direction, with Air France holding a 50% share of available capacity. It is followed by partner Delta with 24%, United with 11%, and American with a 7% capacity share. Norse Atlantic comes just behind, with 3,718 weekly seats in each direction on its new Los Angeles service.

In addition to the above carriers, Air Tahiti Nui, and JetBlue also fly between the French capital and the US.


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