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The Norse Atlantic Fleet and Network in 2024

by Matt Falcus

Norse Atlantic Airways is one of the new darlings of the long-haul aviation scene in Europe.

Picking up where Norwegian’s long haul subsidiaries failed following the Covid-19 pandemic, some of the executive team from that airline started this new venture which uses a similar model (and aircraft fleet), and is again focusing on competitively-priced long-haul tickets across the Atlantic from hubs in Norway, Germany and the UK to places like the USA and Caribbean.

So far all seems to be doing well, with the airline receiving numerous awards and good feedback from passengers.

From an enthusiast’s point of view, we’ll look at which aircraft Norse Atlantic flies, what they look like, and where you can see them.


Norse Atlantic Fleet

At present, Norse Atlantic’s fleet comprises entirely of Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, many of which previously flew for Norwegian.

The airline has a separate UK subsidiary to operate flights from that territory.

The fleet comrpises:

  • LN-FNA (63345/853), Boeing 787-9
  • LN-FNB (63346/870), Boeing 787-9
  • LN-FNC (38790/698), Boeing 787-9
  • LN-FND (38788/675), Boeing 787-9
  • G-CKOF (38786/662), Boeing 787-9
  • G-CKWD (38789/691), Boeing 787-9
  • G-CKWN (63317/755), Boeing 787-9
  • G-CKWP (63318/772), Boeing 787-9
  • G-CKWS (63319/813), Boeing 787-9
  • G-CKWT (63320/827), Boeing 787-9


Early announcements made by the airline called for a fleet of 15 aircraft, including a small number of 787-8 variants. It is thought the additional 5 aircraft might be leased during 2024.



Norse Atlantic Airways has hubs in the following airports:

  • London Gatwick, UK
  • Oslo Gardermoen, Norway
  • Paris Charles de Gaulle, France

The size of its operation means it also operates crew bases in New York JFK and Miami International airports, and flights also original in Berlin Brandenburg, Germany.

Athens, Greece, will also be added as a European destination in Summer 2024.


Norse Atlantic Destinations

Norse Atlantic and its UK subsidiary serve key destinations in the United States, including Los Angeles International, New York JFK, Orlando International and Miami International.

Seasonal destinations include:

  • Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Thailand
  • Barbados
  • Boston Logan, USA
  • Montego Bay, Jamaica
  • Washington Dulles, USA

Future destinations indicated by the airline could include Las Vegas, USA


Sadly the short-haul link between Oslo and London Gatwick, which was a great way to fly cheaply on the Dreamliner in Europe, was discontinued last year. I flew on this route in 2022 – here’s the report.

Main image (c)




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