Norwegian has announced it will continue its expansion in Ireland by taking its Dublin-New York Stewart International airport flights to a double daily service.
The low-cost carrier introduced daily flights to Stewart International – just north of New York City – last summer using the B737 MAX aircraft. From 26 April this service will increase to twice a day, with flights departing Dublin at 0810 and 1520. Return flights leave Stewart International at 2030 and 2125.
In addition to the new flights, Norwegian will add to its shuttle services from Stewart International, which currently run between the airport and New York City, by introducing a shuttle between the airport and Woodbury Common Premium Outlets for shopping trips.
Norwegian will also double its service from Shannon airport to Providence, Rhode Island from two to four flights a week starting on 27 March.