That's great! I checked prices for a few dates, and I found a couple flights with decent prices and good schedule. Living in MN, it's been a pain trying to take advantage of Norwegian (still cheaper/quicker than other airlines by far). Delta has a huge presence here at MSP so I'm glad to see some quick and painless alternatives!
It now appears that Air France has made this a year-round flight (not just in winter)! Prices are pretty good straight from Atlanta, and if you play around with the Air France website, you may be able to get connections from your home city. Round-trip from Washington DC is showing $477 in January 2018. Not Norwegian cheap, but not bad.
thank you radio for that information...it has always been difficult to attempt to go to Guadeloupe...will look at this...now just hope hurricane Maria stays away!!Edited: 18 September 2017, 05:58
Was looking today...you can also book the Air France flights on Delta's website...shows more possible connections that way...but the prices are higher. For those of us who don't have nonstop flights to Guadeloupe on Norwegian, I can see some advantages to the Air France/Delta combination through Atlanta. You'll be considered to be on one airline (code share) for ticketing, your bags can be checked through to Guadeloupe at your departure airport, you won't have to check in at your originating airport and then again when connecting to Norwegian at JFK, Providence, or FLL, etc. Norwegian doesn't code share with any American airlines, which could make connecting to a Norwegian flight more challenging.