On 28 September the airline began the London-Singapore route with prices from 149 pounds.
The low-cost airline Norwegian began yesterday to operate the route between London-Gatwick Airport (LGW), in United Kingdom, and the Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), in Singapore.
The flight is the longest in the world made by a low cost airline, with a duration of 12 hours and 45 minutes approximately, a distance of 6.764 miles (10.885 kilometers) between Europe and Asia.
The route will be operated by Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft with more than 300 seats equipped with individual screens of 11 inches and USB ports.
Norwegian will fly four times a week, increasing to five during the winter season in the northern hemisphere, between October and March next year.
Depending on the date of travel, tickets are available from £149.90 one-way. Passengers who wish to more convenience, may choose a ticket premium which provides roomier seats and access to the vip room of Gatwick Airport.
The route of Norwegian London-Singapore is part of the expansion plan of the airline on the long-haul flights market, which in the next months will add destinations such as Austin, Chicago and Buenos Aires.