Norse Atlantic to function Caribbean flights from Gatwick and Manchester with P&O Cruises – Enterprise Traveller

Norse Atlantic has introduced a brand new fly cruise partnership with P&O Cruises.

The settlement will see the service function constitution companies from the UK to Antigua and Barbados this winter.

Between November 2024 and March 2025 there will likely be weekly Friday flights from Manchester to Barbados, and weekly Saturday flights from Gatwick and Manchester, alternating between Antigua and Barbados.

In December Norse put flights on sale for its 2024-25 winter season, together with routes from London to Bridgetown in Barbados, and Montego Bay in Jamaica.

However a spokesperson for the airline confirmed that Norse is not going to now function flights to the Caribbean by itself community this winter, leaving simply the constitution companies detailed above.

Commenting on the information P&O Cruises president Paul Ludlow stated that the partnership “permits us to supply a bespoke in-flight expertise that mirrors the constantly excessive requirements our company anticipate from a vacation with P&O Cruises”.

In the meantime Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO and Founder Norse Atlantic Airways, stated:

“We’re thrilled to associate with P&O Cruises for the winter 2024/2025 fly cruises to the Caribbean. This collaboration displays our shared dedication to delivering distinctive journey experiences to our clients.

“Our trendy plane and sophistication main product will present passengers with a memorable and cozy journey from the second they step on board. We stay up for welcoming P&O passengers all through the season forward and contributing to the success of their Caribbean trip.”

Norse Atlantic just lately introduced plans for its first flights from the UK to South Africa, with a thrice-weekly service between Gatwick and Cape City launching on 28 October.

Norse Atlantic to launch Gatwick-Cape City route,