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USA West Coast: Direct flights to Seattle from £324 return

USA West Coast: Direct flights to Seattle from £324 return

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Pirates, one of Norwegian's newest routes -- direct flights from London (Gatwick) to Seattle on the brand new Dreamliner airplane -- is on sale with return flights available from just £324 -- that's less than half what other carriers are charging for direct flights in autumn of this year.

While these fares are basic seat and carry-on only -- you can add on a 23kg checked bag, inflight meals, plus seat selection for an extra £50 each way.


Booking Info Timeframe: 1. Sep. 2017 - 31. Oct. 2017


Flight Details

  • Direct flights with Norwegian
  • Departures from London (Gatwick)
  • Dates between October and November, 2017
  • 10kg carry-on luggage - Included
  • Upgrade to LowFare+ - add £50 each way (includes checked bag, meals & seat selection)


OK so you secured your flights, now what about accommodation? Well you could take help from our clever hotel comparison tool in finding something that suits your budget, whether that be a hostel or a nice 4* hotel.


Alternatively, for a more authentic experience why not consider getting an Airbnb? It normally works out cheaper and is also perfect if you are a family or a group travelling together. We've put together a list with some of our favourite listings in Seattle here below.


From/to airport

You could use public transport getting the tram straight into the city centre which should cost you just £2 per person, each way. Or, why not consider booking your airport transfers online in advance using

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