Norwegian says Max 737 woes a factor in closing of Irish routes

18th August, 2019

Norwegian Airlines has said it pulled its transatlantic routes from Ireland as a result of poor route performance and to help return the overall business to profitability.

The low-cost transatlantic carrier announced last week that it would no longer operate routes between Cork, Dublin and Shannon airports and the US and Canada from next month onwards.

The decision will come as a major blow to Cork Airport in particular, which worked for years to get...

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