Norwegian Boeing 737-8JP LN-NII pushing back from stand 08 as "NORTRANS 1821" to Boston/Providence on the first ever transatlantic flight from Cork Airport. (Photo: Shane O'Connor)

Norwegian Begins Transatlantic Service from Ireland

This weekend, Norwegian began what will be the first of many flights from Ireland under their new Air Operator's Certificate (AOC). The transatlantic flights launched from Cork, Dublin and Shannon, highlighting the significant start of operations in the country. The news follows an earlier announcement this year in which the carrier stated that it would operate 19 weekly transatlantic flights from the three airports to U.S destinations such as Stewart International Airport, north of New York City, and Providence, near…