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Low-cost airline Norwegian has impressed customers with their latest offer.

The travel company are offering the cheapest non-stop flights to two American destinations.

Holidaymakers will now be able to fly to Texas and Chicago for as little as £169 one way.

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Those who are travelling from London Gatwick to Austin International Airport will now be able to do so year-round with Norwegian.

Passengers will embark the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which offers both economy and Premium cabins.

There will also be 60% more seats available to those who are flying from the South East airport.

The cheaper flights are expected to lead to encourage more Brits to travel stateside.

Norwegian Chief Commercial Officer, Thomas Ramdahl said: “We are excited to offer passengers the only direct route from London Gatwick to Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World.

“Our high-quality flights give both leisure and business travellers the chance to explore this vibrant city.

“As we expand our high-quality services to the USA from London Gatwick, we will continue offering consumers greater choice and affordable fares when flying Norwegian.”

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Gatwick Airports Chief Commercial Officer, Guy Stephenson, added: “This service – Norwegians second new long-haul route to launch from Gatwick in the space of a week – connects our passengers to a particularly exciting new destination and famous cultural hub.

“Austin has so much to offer British tourists, including the incredible live music scene with which it has become synonymous.

“Were delighted that our passengers can now take advantage of a direct route to this remarkable city – which is one of more than 60 in Gatwicks flourishing long-haul network.”

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