Norwegian will launch budget flights between the UK and Asia this winter with the start of a Gatwick to Singapore service.
From September 28, it will offer four weekly flights, increasing to five in the winter. Flights are now on sale from £179 one way.
The Singapore route will be the first long-haul service to be operated by Norwegian's UK-based subsidiary, 'Norwegian UK' (NUK), which was set up in 2015 to give the airline access to bilateral traffic rights to new markets in Asia, Africa and South America.
NUK is headquartered at Gatwick, and will use British-registered Dreamliner aircraft and Gatwick-based crew to operate the new services.
The new Singapore route will be operated on Norwegian's new 787 Dreamliner aircraft offering up to 344 seats in both economy and Premium cabins.
Premium cabin fares are available from £699 one way.