Furthering the Opportunity to Travel
By the end of this year, Newark Airport will see several new flights added to its itinerary. Here, our EWR Airport parking company shares the news about flights to Rome, Buenos Aires, and Bogota.
Starting in November, low-cost carrier Norwegian will launch flights from Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) to three cities in the US – Los Angeles (LAX), Oakland, California (OAK) and Newark (EWR).
Rome will be the airline’s seventh long-haul European destination from LAX, OAK, and EWR; others include Barcelona (launching in June), London, Paris, and the three Scandinavian capitals of Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm.
Norwegian is set to launch at least 25 new routes to the U.S. this year, including 12 transatlantic routes from Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Norway. In addition, the airline will launch three new routes from Providence, Rhode Island and Fort Lauderdale, Florida to the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe.
Beginning in October, United Airlines will introduce a year-round daily, nonstop service between EWR and Buenos Aires (EZE), Argentina. This will be United’s 14th South American destination served nonstop from the U.S.
The airline is also increasing its year-round daily service to Bogota – Columbia’s capital city; travelers will have the opportunity to fly twice a day during peak summer travel. After United begins these services, it will offer more flights from the New York area to South America than any other U.S. carrier.
Also in October, United Airlines will add an 18-hour non-stop flight that will become the longest flight to or from the U.S. The flight will cover 8,700 miles between Los Angeles and Singapore; this is 124 miles longer than the current longest flight from Sydney, Australia to Dallas/Fort Worth.
Which flight would you most like to take?