Norwegian Airlines is expanding their flights from New York to Dublin, Ireland, for as low as €120 each way (or around $148). The airline first launched flights from Dublin to Stewart International Airport in New York State and Providence, Rhode Island in summer of 2017, and will be expanding their service from Dublin to New York. The new schedule will mean Norwegian Airlines is flying the route twice a day.

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“More than 130,000 passengers have flown Norwegian between Ireland and the USA since flights commenced last July, and today marks our continued expansion by introducing twice-daily Dublin-New York flights,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian. “With strong demand from Irish holidaymakers and business travellers for our high-quality flights in brand new aircraft, it was naturally our next move to increase capacity in Ireland even further.

Norwegian Airlines currently operates six routes from Dublin to the United States and Nordic countries including Providence, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Helsinki. The airline said they opened a new pilot base at Dublin Airport in 2017 to help with the added flights out of the city.

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Norwegian will also increase the number of lights from Shannon, Ireland, doubling its flights to Providence from two to four flights a week, as well as adding a third weekly flight to Stewart, New York.

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