Come Fly With Norwegian + InsideFlyer Norwegian is launching service from New York, Boston and Baltimore to the French Caribbean and is partnering with InsideFlyer to provide 60 seats to our members (and their guests) when we support Unicef. Norwegian is the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe, the second-largest airline in Scandinavia, and the ninth-largest airline in Europe. Seeking to begin service trans-Atlantic, they are starting service to the Caribbean first. Here's your chance to fly for free to either Martinique or Pointe-à-Pitre in the French Caribbean on their inaugural flights on either December 3 or December 4. The inaugurals are scheduled: JFK-FDF 3DEC at 1:20PM Arrives at 7:15PM BOS-PTP 3DEC at 1:00PM Arrives at 6:15PM BWI-FDF 4DEC at 1:00PM Arrives at 6:25PM Where? FDF is the island of Martinique in the French West Indies PTP is the island of Grande-Terre in the French West Indies Winners (our members) can take any return they want as long as there's space available. And, return can be to whichever airport you want—BWI, JFK or BOS. ** Please note that the winners need to pick the return of their choice within 6 hours after they've been notified of their win (check Norwegian.com for availability) How to win? 1) Post in the thread that is for the date and airport you want to fly from. You can post as many times as you want and post whatever you want. 2) BONUS: If you include the hashtag #Fly4Unicef in your post, you will be eligible to take a guest along for free. 3) You may win more than once so if you are thinking of taking someone along ... #postmore. 4) The winners drawing will take place at noon MOUNTAIN TIME on Monday November 9th, the winners will be published at that time. 5) Winners will be contacted via PM on Insideflyer.com on the 9th and need to respond if they want the ticket by 6PM Mountain that night and also the desired return flight or the free ticket goes to the next person. 6) Each winner is asked to make a donation to Unicef via this direct link: Any amount is accepted. Norwegian is a main sponsor of Unicef—here's a video of their annual trip. Courtesy of Norwegian, here's useful info about visiting the French Caribbean Both Guadeloupe and Martinique are overseas departments of France EU immigration rules apply, meaning US visitors don't need a visa when travelling for tourist purposes and stay for less than 90 days The official language is French The currency used is the Euro. US dollars are not accepted in shops, but some stores and many restaurants take credit cards. The voltage is 220 AC, so don't forget to bring your travel adapter!