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Deal to Greece: Fly Norwegian from NYC to Athens from $120 One-Way

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Written by Charlie

If you want to get to Greece this year, this is probably one of the cheapest ways to do it! Norwegian will fly you from NYC to Athens from just $120 one-way.

If you want to get over to Greece during their shoulder season (September/October), here is a deal that lets you get there from New York City for just $120 one-way! Yes, it is Norwegian but this is a pretty good price!

Fly Norwegian from NYC to Athens from $120 One-Way

Read: Non-Stop Options from US to Greece

Let’s get this out of the way first – it is Norwegian that will be your carrier so you will be paying for any extras that you would normally expect to get with some other carriers. I have never flown them (yet!) but I would like to think that this is a crazy good deal!

Link: Click Here for Google Flights Deals

If, you travel light (like a lightweight carryon) and don’t mind 9 hours on Norwegian in any seat, this is a deal you should take advantage of! Greece in the shoulder season of September/October is a really great time to visit. Not only is the weather still pretty good but you can head to some resorts that would typically cost hundreds of dollars a night and get them for as little as 20% of summer costs.

Here are the details on the Norwegian flights:

  • Frequency: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Aircraft: 787
  • Outbound Times: 9 hours and 10 minute duration
    • Departure – 12:55PM
    • Arrival – 5:05AM (the next day)
      • Starting October 8, departure time will be 12:30AM and 4:40PM arrival
  • Inbound Times: 10 hours and 30 minute duration
    • Departure – 9:25AM
    • Arrival – 12:55PM (the same day)
      • Starting October 9, departure time will be 7:55AM and 11:25AM arrival

It will end at the end of October. The cheapest prices are found in the later part of October but you can find $140 in September as well as up to $220. The prices on the reverse route are really good as well (roundtrip can be done for as little as $375) but I would instead choose to book an award ticket on the reverse. If you use miles that normally charge fuel surcharges, you will find that they are cheaper from Europe (Star Alliance, that is). Read this post for more information.

If you have ever flown Norwegian on this route, please leave a comment with your experience to help other readers know if this is good for them!

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Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.