Norwegian continues its growth in Ireland by announcing its new expanded 2019 summer schedule with 37% more weekly departures to the USA and Canada.
Norwegian currently operates flights from Dublin, Shannon and Cork airports to New York Stewart International Airport and Providence TF-Green Airport on the US East Coast. Flights are operated using brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that feature up to 189 leather seats, which are currently being upgraded to a new slimline seat that will offer passengers enhanced comfort and greater space.
Norwegian’s increased 2019 summer schedule from Ireland has 40 weekly transatlantic departures and is now available to book for travel from 31 March 2019, as follows:
Hamilton-Toronto – The brand-new daily service to Canada commences on 31 March 2019 and will mark the first direct flight between Hamilton and Dublin.
Providence-Boston – Norwegian will increase flights to Providence, Rhode Island to a daily service next summer, up from five flights per week.
New York – Passengers will continue to benefit from twice-daily flights on Norwegian’s popular Dublin-New York route following the introduction of a daily morning departure in April.
New York – Norwegian will increase its summer service to New York Stewart International Airport from three to five flights per week due to strong passenger demand.
Providence-Boston – Business travellers and holidaymakers will continue to benefit from four flights per week to the heart of New England next summer.
Providence-Boston – Norwegian will continue its seasonal service to Providence-Boston with three flights per week.
Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian said:
“We are excited to increase our transatlantic flights next summer to meet demand and continue expanding our presence in Ireland. The market presents a clear opportunity to deliver more high-quality flights at lower fares for consumers on both sides of the Atlantic.
“Norwegian’s expansion continues in summer 2019 with the launch of our first route to Canada, bolstering popular routes and maintaining much-needed direct transatlantic services to maximise choice and flexibility for Irish business and leisure customers.”