Shannon Airport will be operating it’s largest number of transatlantic destinations in 17 years this weekend with the launch of two Norwegian Air International services.
The Budget airline begins twice-weekly flights to Stewart International Airport, which is 90 minutes from New York, as well as to Providence Green Airport in Rhode Island.
The new services create an unprecedented line-up to the USA from Shannon Airport, with five airlines serving seven destinations.
Stuart Buss is Head of UK Communications at Norwegian Air has been telling Clare FM’s James Mulhall that the new services will lead to long term benefits for the region:
While, Managing Director of Shannon Airport Andrew Murphy has been telling Clare FM’s Gavin Grace of his hopes that Norwegian will further expand it’s services from there in the future: