Looking for a low-cost warm weather getaway? European carrier Norwegian Air launched its first-ever flights to Martinique in the French Caribbean.
Currently, 93% of visitors to Martinique come from France. The award-winning European budget airline hopes to change that with three direct flights a week to Martinique from New York’s JFK, departing on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 1:20 pm and returning at 8:05 am. This five-hour flight starts at $49.00 US one way to a current high of $129.00 throughout the winter.
Other direct flights to Martinique originate in Baltimore/Washington and Boston. Long haul direct service from Los Angeles to Europe is also available. Martinique is also connected to St. Lucia, Dominica and Guadalupe islands by ferry.
4 thoughts on “Martinique: Your budget French Connection via Norwegian Air”
Wow – are those flight prices real? I’m going to look into this ASAP – thanks for the scoop!
For real-though on the high side it may be closer to 175.
Wow, those are terrific prices! Between Norwegian air and the ferries, it sounds like a great way to island-hop around the French Caribbean.
Thanks, Air Transat offers direct flights from Montreal too but at higher rates.