The budget airline will launch services from the Argentine capital to Córdoba and Mendoza on October 16, followed by Iguazu and Neuquen on November 19 and Bariloche and Salta on December 3.
They will operate from Buenos Aires’ Aeroparque domestic airport, 27 miles from the main Ezeiza International airport, where Norwegian’s Gatwick flight lands.
Norwegian describes the journey between the two airports, which are on opposing sides of the city, as “a short taxi or bus transfer away”.
The domestic flights are bookable on the airline’s website, with single Cordoba fares from £49.70, Mendoza, Iguazu and Neuquen from £63.80 and Bariloche and Salta from £68.70.
However, the airline said: “As there is a change of airport required, tickets must be purchased separately from the London Gatwick to Buenos Aires flight.”
It adds: “Passengers can easily take the opportunity to split their journey and spend time visiting the vibrant city of Buenos Aires before exploring other parts of Argentina.”
Several of the new routes are to tourist centres; particularly Iguazu, site of the world’s largest waterfall system, Mendoza, the centre of the wine region and Cordoba, the country’s second city.
Norwegian is expected to confirm details of a service from Gatwick to Brazil after being given clearance by regulators in August. Flights will start to either Sao Paulo or Rio de Janeiro next spring.