1. Travel agents: Norwegian pull-out a big blow to Cork and Shannon airports  BreakingNews.ie
  2. Norwegian Air to scrap its Ireland to North America flights from 15 September  TheJournal.ie
  3. Will Norwegian’s Irish exit lead to higher transatlantic airfares?  The Irish Times
  4. Norwegian Air to discontinue transatlantic routes  RTE.ie
  5. Thousands face travel chaos as Norwegian Airline axes its North American flights  Independent.ie
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Headline Travel agents: Norwegian pull-out a big blow to Cork and Shannon airportsThe Irish Travel Agents Association says the decision by Norwegian Air to end its transatlantic flights between Ireland and the US is a big blow to Cork and Shannon airports.

Travel agents: Norwegian pull-out a big blow to Cork and Shannon airports

Norwegian Air ends trans-Atlantic flights from three North American airports because the grounding of Boeing 737 Max has made the routes "no longer commercially viable." Cancelled routes include Hamilton to Ireland. Norwegian Air ends trans-Atlantic flights from three North American airports because the grounding of Boeing 737 Max has made the routes "no longer commercially viable." Cancelled routes include Hamilton to Ireland.

The Oslo-based carrier announced Tuesday its last flights to Ireland from Stewart Airport in New York's Hudson Valley and T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island, would be on Sept. 14.The Oslo-based carrier announced Tuesday its last flights to Ireland from Stewart Airport in New York's Hudson Valley and T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island, would be on Sept. 14.

Norwegian Air ends trans-Atlantic service between Ireland and North America | Daily Mail Online

Norwegian has announced it will cut all flights between Ireland and Northern America from September – just five months after it launched a new route from Dublin to Canada.Norwegian has announced it will cut all flights between Ireland and Northern America from September – just five months after it launched a new route from Dublin to Canada.

Norwegian scraps Ireland transatlantic flights

Norwegian and Southwest say the grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes has cost them millions.Norwegian and Southwest say the grounding of Boeing 737 Max planes has cost them millions.

Norwegian and Southwest count cost of Boeing 737 Max grounding - BBC News

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“Norwegian to Discontinue its Transatlantic 737 MAX Routes - Decision follows months of substitute aircraft covering the airline’s routes due to the global 737 MAX grounding. "These routes are no longer commercially viable." https://t.co/kVLpEX71vQ”

Dominic Gates on Twitter: "Norwegian to Discontinue its Transatlantic 737 MAX Routes - Decision follows months of substitute aircraft covering the airline’s routes due to the global 737 MAX grounding. "These routes are no longer commercially viable." https://t.co/kVLpEX71vQ"

“Norwegian Air is to discontinue transatlantic routes to/from Ireland - says they are not commercially viable, blaming the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max. Effective Sep 15th. https://t.co/TAS2tAP9KG”

Will Goodbody on Twitter: "Norwegian Air is to discontinue transatlantic routes to/from Ireland - says they are not commercially viable, blaming the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max. Effective Sep 15th. https://t.co/TAS2tAP9KG"

“Really disappointed with this announcement. The grounding of the MAX Boeing 737 was a critical factor in Norwegians decision https://t.co/iqvco7wbQ5”

Deirdre Clune on Twitter: "Really disappointed with this announcement. The grounding of the MAX Boeing 737 was a critical factor in Norwegians decision… https://t.co/eJpi0Mqjxc"

“#NEWS: Norwegian Air will axe all its transatlantic routes from its three Irish bases in Dublin, Shannon, Cork to the US. Even though they didn't directly blame the #737MAX for the closure, they said the routes are "no longer commercially viable." Story: https://t.co/ie4VS3EYME”

Enrique Perrella on Twitter: "#NEWS: Norwegian Air will axe all its transatlantic routes from its three Irish bases in Dublin, Shannon, Cork to the US. Even though they didn't directly blame the #737MAX for the closure, they said the routes are "no longer commercially viable." Story: https://t.co/ie4VS3EYME… https://t.co/kIYRxu6dPu"

Tui expects the Boeing 737 Max's grounding to cost it up to 300 million euros ($335 million) this year. The German tourism group's third-quarter profits m... Tui expects the Boeing 737 Max's grounding to cost it up to 300 million euros ($335 million) this year. The German tourism group's third-quarter profits m...

A German tourism group expects the Boeing 737 Max's grounding to cost it over $300 million this year | Markets Insider

Two crashes within five months -- Lion Air Flight 610 in October 2018 off the coast of Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in March outside Addis Ababa -- killed 346 people and led to a global grounding of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max jets, the fourth generation of a venerable brand first flown in 1967. Uncertainty over when it will fly again is affecting the airline industry’s longer-term plans, and Boeing took a $4.9 billion charge as it faces questions about the plane’s development and testinTwo crashes within five months -- Lion Air Flight 610 in October 2018 off the coast of Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in March outside Addis Ababa -- killed 346 people and led to a global grounding of Boeing Co.’s 737 Max jets, the fourth generation of a venerable brand first flown in 1967. Uncertainty over when it will fly again is affecting the airline industry’s longer-term plans, and Boeing took a $4.9 billion charge as it faces questions about the plane’s development and testin

When Will Boeing 737 Max Fly Again and More Questions - The Washington Post

Norwegian Air says it's ending trans-Atlantic service between Ireland and three U.S. and Canadian airports because the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft makes the routes “no longer commercially viable.”Norwegian Air says it's ending trans-Atlantic service between Ireland and three U.S. and Canadian airports because the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft makes the routes “no longer commercially viable.”

Airline ends trans-Atlantic routes due to 737 Max grounding | CP24.com

Last flight to Ireland from the city will depart on Sept. 13.Last flight to Ireland from the city will depart on Sept. 13.

Norwegian Air cancels flights from Hamilton airport | TheSpec.com

The dearth of Max orders in July marked the fourth-straight month without any new orders for the planes.The dearth of Max orders in July marked the fourth-straight month without any new orders for the planes.

Indonesia's Lion Air "urgently requires" more Boeing Co 737 MAX jets to support its growth strategy once regulators approve the grounded model's return to service, the airline's co-founder, Rusdi Kirana, told Reuters on Wednesday.Indonesia's Lion Air "urgently requires" more Boeing Co 737 MAX j...

Lion Air 'urgently requires' more 737 MAX jets to support growth: co-founder - Reuters

Europe’s biggest travel company reported a near-50 per cent fall in underlying third-quarter earnings yesterday, but added that recent booking levels had improved and that it remained “in very good shape”.Tui Group, which has sought to distance itself from the travails of Thomas Cook, its closest riEurope’s biggest travel company reported a near-50 per cent fall in underlying third-quarter earnings yesterday, but added that recent booking levels had improved and that it remained “in very good...

Boeing 737 Max jet takes €144m bite out of Tui Group | Business | The Times

The budget airline has confirmed it will cease transatlantic flights from Ireland next month, as the fallout from the grounding of the B737 Max continues…The budget airline has confirmed it will cease transatlantic flights from Ireland next month, as the fallout from the grounding of the B737 Max continues…

Norwegian drops all transatlantic routes from Ireland – Business Traveller

Matthew Wood, SVP Long-Haul Commercial at Norwegian said: “As the airline moves from growth to profitability, we have conducted a comprehensive review of our transatlantic operations between Ireland and North America and considering the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, we have concluded that these routes are no longer commercially viable. “We take a […]

Consequence of Boeing 737 MAX grounding, Norwegian ends transatlantic flights between Ireland and North America from 15 September 2019 - Aviation24.be