Whilst we’re not even clear of Summer, airlines are planning for winter and next year. Norwegian is balancing these demands, with the boosting of certain services out of Dublin, Shannon and Edinburgh, at the cost of some seasonal reductions.
Dublin will retain its daily service between New York Stewart International (Orange County, New York State) and Providence summer frequencies through the winter months using Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. Lead-in prices start at €129 one-way.
Shannon will maintain a daily service between it and New York Stewart International (up from two flights a week from Winter 17). Lead in Prices start at €139
Edinburgh will have its daily service between it and New York Stewart International – up from three flights a week in the previous year. For those wanting to fly, the lead in price starts at £149.
On the updated frequencies, Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian stated:
“Consumers can now benefit from more high-quality flights to the USA this winter as we focus on boosting services that reflect strong passenger demand.
“We’re giving passengers on both sides of the Atlantic more affordable choice, so we’re delighted to increase the number of flights that brings the US east coast closer to Ireland and Scotland this winter.”
For those booking, the winter schedule operates from 28 October 2018 to 31 March 2019. Lead-in prices of course are the lowest they’ll go, with prices driven by demand.
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