Traveling for cheap
The United States is finally getting a $65 European airfare.
Norwegian Airlines is establishing at least 10 new routes in the States. For instance, London-Austin, Tokyo-San Jose, Calif., and Edinburgh-Stewart International in Upstate N.Y. (60 miles north of New York City). The fares will begin at $65 a pop and there’s apparently several thousand available at that price. They’ll go up from there, the next tier being $99. [Bloomberg]
There’s a new start-up that will help you work and travel simultaneously.
Terminal 3, founded by a millennial former lawyer and current entrepreneur, is a new company that brings a group of freelancers together to visit a new city each month. They handle all the details — housing, office space, wifi — while you cover the destination for your contractor. [Forbes]