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Norwegian Air Is Canceling All Flights Between Ireland and North America

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by Eben Diskin Aug 14, 2019

Norwegian Air has already canceled 10 of its routes for the 2019-2020 winter season (starting October 10), causing thousands of people to reconsider their travel plans. Now, the airline is adding all their transatlantic routes between Ireland (Dublin, Cork, and Shannon) and North America to the list.

The Ireland cancellations will begin on September 15, and are a direct result of the issues surrounding the Boeing 737 Max planes. Customers already booked on flights on these routes will be issued a full refund.

While many of the airline’s winter cancellations are seasonal and may resume during the spring and summer, it looks like the Ireland cancellations are indefinite.

The most affected cities this winter will be Los Angeles (losing three of its European routes) and New York (two). The following are the routes being canceled:

  • Boston to Paris
  • Chicago and Denver to London Gatwick
  • Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, and JFK to Copenhagen
  • Los Angeles and Orlando to Oslo
  • Los Angeles to Rome
  • JFK to Stockholm
  • All routes from Dublin, Cork, and Shannon in Ireland to North America

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