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Flight Information


If you choose a Fly-Cruise, you’ll be fl ying with some of the world’s most respected airlines, who we’ve chosen as our travel partners. That means you can look forward to a more comfortable and relaxing fl ight. Our partners include: American Airlines, British Airways, Jet2, bmi, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Canada and United Airlines.


REGIONAL FLIGHTS Get your holiday off to a fl ying start, leaving from your nearest local airport direct to your destination or with a connection through London, Europe or the USA. We fl y from: Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Newcastle. Not all destinations are available from each airport.


TREAT YOURSELF TO AN UPGRADE It is your holiday after all and it could cost less than you think, thanks to the special fares we’ve negotiated. Enjoy enhanced service and more of everything – the perfect complement to your cruise. Please call for the latest prices.


Norwegian Cruise Line is delighted to be a Preferred Partner of British Airways, one of the world’s leading scheduled international premium airlines, carrying around 33 million passengers to over


148 destinations. Fly from London Heathrow Terminal 5, designed to make air travel easy and enjoy some of the world’s best airport shopping and fi nest dining.


• Fast Track security at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and other selected airports.


• Galleries Lounge access offering complimentary refreshments in a relaxing environment.


• Separate Club Europe Cabin with comfortable leather seat and extra legroom. • Complimentary catering and in-fl ight bar service, including champagne.


• Ergonomically designed seat with adjustable footrest and headrest; personal TV screen and complimentary headphones.


• Complimentary three-course meals and bar service. • ‘Feed kids fi rst’ policy to allow you to enjoy your own meal in peace.


• Private dedicated cabin with a maximum of six rows of seats. • Fast Track security at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and other selected airports.


• Galleries Lounge access offering complimentary refreshments in a relaxing environment. Arrivals lounge offering power showers, food and drink, plus Elemis Travel Spa at Heathrow Terminal 5.


• Club World seat offers four preset seat positions, including the 201cm ‘Z’ bed position with soft mattress, memory-foam headrest and privacy screen.


• In-seat phone, personal laptop power socket, TV screen & noise-cancelling headphones.


• Club World menu designed by some of the world’s top chefs, accompanied by an expertly sourced wine cellar. Plus, help yourself to snacks and beverages any time from the Club Kitchen.


• Club World Sleeper Service on selected overnight fl ights from North America offering pre-fl ight supper in the lounge and on-board nightcap.


• Luxury wash bag with Elemis products. STAY INFORMED


Have the latest fl ight information sent to you by email or mobile phone when you register your details with British Airways, via www.ba.com


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• Ergonomically designed wider seat with 38” legroom, adjustable leg rest, footrest, headrest; personal TV screen and noise reducing headset.


• In-seat laptop power and phone. • Blankets, cushions and amenity kit. • Complimentary three-course meals and bar service. • ‘Feed kids fi rst’ policy to allow you to enjoy your own meal in peace.


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