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Transatlantic Fares as Low as $105 With Norwegian Air’s Sale



Lovers who are still in search of the perfect Valentine’s Day surprise for their partner are in luck with Norwegian Air’s newly-launched sale on economy-class flights to Europe, which makes taking a romantic trip across the pond this season more affordable.

Now through February 13, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. local time, customers can enjoy 20-percent off economy fares to the continent when booking for travel between March 1 to May 31, 2020, and using the campaign code LOVESPRING2020.

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It’s important to note that this deal is only valid for economy-class, non-flexible fares (meaning that you can’t later decide to change your travel date), which don’t include reserved seating or in-flight meals. To get such perks, customers would need to purchase add-ons or opt for other ticket options in a higher class.

Taxes and other applicable charges are also not included in the deal pricing, as featured in Travel + Leisure.

Flights to a variety of spectacular European destinations are available out of these major U.S. gateways: New York (JFK), Boston (BOS), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO), Tampa (TPA), Chicago (ORD), Austin (AUS), Denver (DEN), Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO).

If you’re still contemplating springing for that romantic getaway with your Valentine, you’ll need to think fast, since this sale will only last for a couple of days!

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United Airlines Provides Free Flights to Medical Volunteers



United Airlines has partnered with the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City in order to provide free roundtrip flights for doctors, nurses and other medical professionals working to treat patients with coronavirus.

“Our healthcare workers are heroes, and they need reinforcements,” said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. “This generous partnership with United Airlines will ensure medical professionals from across the country can come to New York City to help us in our hour of need.”

New York has become the focal point of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., specifically in New York City, which has more than 50,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Hospital staff quickly found themselves overwhelmed due to overcrowding. Several notable landmarks have been converted into makeshift hospitals throughout the city.

United is also working with local government agencies and non-profit partners to provide New York hospitals with much-needed qualified medical professionals. The airline is closely collaborating with a network of professional medical volunteer organizations to help enlist volunteers and bring them to locations where they are needed the most.

“The COVID-19 pandemic is one of those extraordinary times that demonstrates how we come together as a profession to provide desperately needed assistance and care,” said Society of Critical Care Medicine President, Lewis J Kaplan, M.D., FCCM.

United has joined many brands across the nation to help support front-line responders by providing them free or reduced services.

Several hotels and lodging brands are offering free or subsidized housing for medical workers and front-line responders, while local and national restaurants are providing these workers with free food or large discounts.

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