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FLIGHT INFORMATION


If you choose a Fly-Cruise, you’ll be flying 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 flight. Our partners include: Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Jet2.com, Lufthansa, SAS Scandinavian Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin Atlantic.


Norwegian Cruise Line is delighted to be a Preferred Partner of British Airways and its joint business partners American Airlines & Iberia. The joint business agreement is designed to offer greater choice, smoother connections and a more enjoyable travelling experience. Customers can access 122 new destinations around the world and their combined transatlantic schedule now offers 93 daily non-stop flights to 28 destinations.


With comfortable leather seats and adjustable headrests the Euro Traveller cabin is designed with your comfort in mind. On all European flights you can enjoy breakfast with coffee and tea, while complimentary snacks and drinks from the bar are served throughout the rest of the day.


Speed through the airport with Fast Track security at London Heathrow, Gatwick and selected European airports. Relax before your flight in one of the lounges. On board, enjoy good food, wine and more personal space in the comfort of a separate Club Europe cabin where you’re guaranteed a window or aisle seat.


Relaxing on board should be easy in your ergonomically designed seat, complete with lumbar support, adjustable headrest and recline. Sit back and enjoy the latest entertainment on demand, on your personal TV screen. Throughout the flight enjoy complimentary refreshments from the bar, as well as tasty three-course meals perfectly suited to your flight time.


World Traveller Plus offers a private dedicated cabin with a maximum of six rows meaning you can enjoy a more peaceful trip. The larger seat features an adjustable headrest, lumbar support and leg rest with more legroom and greater recline. Enjoy a complimentary bar service and a three-course meal with choice of entrée from the Club World menu.


The Club World seat has been specially designed to adapt to your needs, whether you’re sleeping, eating or relaxing. The seat transforms into a luxurious bed with soft mattress, cosy quilt and memory-foam headrest. Enjoy delicious cuisine from the Club World menu inspired by some of the world’s top chefs and if you’re feeling peckish, help yourself in-between meals to a selection of tasty snacks and beverages from the on-board Club Kitchen.


The new First brings you unprecedented levels of sophistication, comfort and refinement. From an exclusive check-in to the luxurious Concorde Lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 5, tastefulness combines with space to provide an experience entirely centred around your relaxation and privacy.


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