New Flights From USA To Ireland
After a long wait, Norwegian Airlines have announced that they will run several new transatlantic flights from the USA to Ireland from July to October 2017. The airline plans to run flights 24 times a week to Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Shannon airports. The US airports it plans to use are Stewart Intl (New York), Providence (Greater Boston) and Bradley Intl (New England/Connecticut).
USA – Cork Airport
The launch of Cork Airport’s first transatlantic flight was a significant milestone for the Irish airport. Norwegian will provide 3 flights a week to Providence, Rhode Island which is easily accessible to Boston & Connecticut. By traveling to Cork Airport you can easily reach Old Head Golf Links & Cork Golf Club.
USA – Dublin
Secondly, there will be a 5-day a week service from Providence to Dublin. Along to this, there will be daily flights from Stewart International Airport in New York to Dublin which further increase accessibility to the east coast golfing region which includes Portmarnock & Royal Dublin.
USA – Shannon Airport
Meanwhile, there are flights from both Stewart International & Providence to Shannon Airport Ireland’s southwest region which allows some of Ireland best golf courses to be easily reached.
For more information & flights booking, please visit the Norwegian Website.