Norwegian to Discontinue Edinburgh-New York Flights

By Anna Breuer on 24 September 2018
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Budget flights operated by Norwegian have dramatically increased passenger volume.

Norwegian Air announced it will discontinue service between Edinburgh, Scotland, and New York.

The airline currently operates flights using Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft between Edinburgh International Airport in Scotland and Stewart International Airport in Orange County, New York.

Norwegian previously offered non-stop service from Edinburgh to two other U.S. cities, namely Hartford, Connecticut, and Providence, Rhode Island. Both were cancelled earlier in 2018.

In March, the airline doubled the frequency of its non-stop daily service from Dublin, Ireland to Stewart. It also operates flights from Stewart to Belfast, Northern Ireland; Bergen, Norway; and Shannon, Ireland.

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