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  1. Marius Trip
    Marius Trip at |

    Interesting account – I am considering Norwegian to London out of Denver.

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  2. Meir
    Meir at |

    Thanks for the write-up. FYI, if you buy the ticket thru a travel agent, the pricing is just a little bit higher than what you see on Norwegian website, but it includes a meal, a seat selection and 2 suitcases.

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  3. askmrlee
    askmrlee at |

    That does not look like 31 to 32 inches of seat pitch that SeatGuru lists, it seems smaller.

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  4. Alastair Majury
    Alastair Majury at |

    Thanks for sharing this detailed and honest review of Norwegian, though at that price range certainly at an option to consider for that route. Regards, Alastair Majury.

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  5. L
    L at |

    Seriously just pop for the premium seating at the front. 46″ cradle seat w full leg support, meals you can choose and free drinks flowing plus all your bags (2 on intl flights) and it comes with a lounge pass & fast lane boarding priorty. It beats suggesting buying and empty seat to suffer through!

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  7. MisterM
    MisterM at |

    Great suggestion for 3 for 2. And sitting in A for heat reasons. Never paid enough attention to that – always hate being hot on a plane since it adds to the coffin effect, especially in steerage/economy.

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