Norwegian expands free and reduced air offer for limited time

The offer is available through Black Friday with more than half of Norwegian's sailings

After successfully testing a free airfare promotion on a limited basis, Norwegian Cruise Line added free and reduced air to its longstanding ‘Free at Sea’ program for a short period—through Black Friday.

Free or reduced airfares are available on more than half of the line’s sailings and include round-trip economy class air from select airports.

More than 200 airports

More than 200 airports across the US, Canada and Europe are included. Free or reduced air is available when flying to some of Norwegian’s most popular homeports including Barcelona, Honolulu, Miami and Seattle.

In addition to airfare, passengers can select beverage packages, shore excursion credits, specialty dining packages, Internet packages and ‘Friends & Family Sail Free,’ which applies to the third and fourth person in a stateroom.

All six options for concierge class, The Haven bookings

With Norwegian’s ‘Free at Sea’ program, cruisers who book a studio or inside stateroom will receive one free option, those who book an ocean-view, balcony or mini-suite stateroom will receive three free options and travelers in concierge class and The Haven by Norwegian will receive all six options.

Posted 21 November 2018

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