Martinique’s tourism expansion plan took a vital step brazen with today’s proclamation of a launch of new nonstop flights from 3 vital gateways in a Northeastern United States – New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), and Baltimore/Washington, D.C. (BWI) – aboard Norwegian Air Shuttle. The new service, that starts Dec 3, 2015, represents a initial time that Martinique has been directly permitted from a Northeast in some-more than 20 years.
Muriel Wiltord, Director Americas of a Martinique Promotion Bureau, commented on a new flights, saying: “The vicious significance of a Northeastern U.S. marketplace to tourism expansion in a Caribbean is obvious in a industry. In new years, we’ve invested usually in a market, gradually expanding direct for preference transport to a French West Indies, while also leveraging pivotal aviation attention events like Routes Americas to attract a seductiveness of airline partners. These new flights from Norwegian paint a poignant step brazen in a altogether U.S. expansion strategy, building on a success in re-establishing nonstop flights from a U.S. around Miami in 2013 and a extensive expansion we’ve seen in a journey zone given 2010.”
New nonstop flights from a Northeastern U.S. to Martinique around Norwegian will work as follows:
· New York (JFK) – 3x’s weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
· Baltimore/Washington, D.C. (BWI) 2x’s weekly on Mondays and Fridays
· Boston (BOS) – 2x’s weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays
Recognized by SkyTrax (www.airlinequality.com) as a world’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline and Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline for any of a past 3 years, Norwegian operates one of a world’s many complicated and eco-friendly fleets. On a flights between a U.S. and Fort-de-France, a association will muster Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 186 gentle leather seats and a combined preference of giveaway in-flight Wi-Fi service, a initial among atmosphere carriers portion a Caribbean.
Special rudimentary fares on Norwegian flights to Martinique will be accessible for squeeze as of Jun 26, 2015. For fares and some-more information, greatfully revisit www.norwegian.com.