by Lisa A. Grimaldi | August 13, 2018
Beginning this fall, two low-cost international carriers will begin service to Tampa International Airport. Norwegian Air will begin nonstop flights between London Gatwick and Tampa International on Oct. 31, while Canadian low-cost carrier Swoop, launches seasonal service from Hamilton, Ontario, to Tampa International on Oct. 20. 
Norwegian joins the roster of international carriers that serve Tampa International, including British Airways, which has daily nonstop service from London Gatwick to Tampa Bay; Icelandair, which offers seasonal service from its hub in Reykjavik; Lufthansa, which flies five days a week to Tampa from Frankfurt, Germany; Swiss carrier Edelweiss, which offers service from Zurich; Copa Airlines, which offers daily nonstop flights from Panama City; and Air Canada, which offers flights from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal.
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