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Norwegian Air Confirms Temporary Ireland Summer Operation From March 31 To April 10

Published on Mar 26 2019 10:09 AM in General Industry tagged: Trending Posts / norwegian air

Norwegian Air Confirms Temporary Ireland Summer Operation From March 31 To April 10

In response to the suspension of Boeing 737 MAX operations by European aviation authorities, Norwegian Air has provided further information to customers booked to travel from Cork, Shannon and its new route from Dublin to Hamilton from March 31.

The airline has re-routed customers and offered passengers the chance to rebook or receive a full refund free of charge if they no longer wish to travel.

Arrangements For Dublin Services

Norwegian has temporarily deployed a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to operate daily flights between Dublin Airport and New York (Stewart). The service combines the Dublin to New York and Providence flights, and bus transportation has been arranged for passengers travelling onward to Providence.

From March 31, Norwegian has confirmed that it will temporarily operate additional services from Dublin Airport using a Boeing 737-800.

The ETOPS-certified 737-800 will operate the Dublin to Hamilton route four times per week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The aircraft will also be used on flights between Dublin and Providence on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Travel information for Shannon customers: Travel period April 1-10

Shannon-New York (Stewart) and Providence:

  • Customers travelling from Shannon to New York (Stewart) and Providence have been transferred to flight D8 1763 on Norwegian’s Dublin to New York (Stewart) service using the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

New York (Stewart) and Providence-Shannon:

  • Passengers travelling from New York (Stewart) and Providence to Shannon have been re-accommodated on flight D8 1762 from New York (Stewart) to Dublin on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

Norwegian has arranged bus transportation, departing at 9.30am, for customers at Shannon Airport to arrive at Dublin Airport Terminal 2 at 12.30pm to meet their flight. Customers travelling on March 31 can also benefit from the bus service. Buses will also meet arriving passengers at Dublin Airport’s coach park at 8.30am for those travelling to Shannon.

Travel information for Cork customers: Travel period April 2-9

Cork-Providence:

  • Customers booked to travel from Cork to Providence on flight D8 1821 have been transferred to flight D8 1823 from Dublin to Providence serviced by a Boeing 737-800.

Providence-Cork:

  • Those booked to travel on flight D8 1820 from Providence to Cork have been re-accommodated on flight D8 1822 from Providence to Dublin on the Boeing 737-800.

Norwegian will also arrange a bus service for passengers from Cork Airport to Dublin Airport to meet their onward flight. The bus departs at 9am and arrives at Dublin Airport Terminal 2 at 12.30pm. Customers arriving at Dublin for Cork will be met upon arrival with a bus at the coach park outside Terminal 2 at 8am.

Affected customers have been contacted by SMS text messages which include their options to rebook or receive a full refund.

Travel information for Dublin-Hamilton customers

  • Norwegian’s brand-new service from Dublin to Toronto’s Hamilton airport will operate as normal using a Boeing 737-800 from March 31.

Customers booked on flights D8 1840 from Dublin to Hamilton and D8 1841 from Hamilton to Dublin will be able to travel on the airline’s newest route for the start of the summer season, four days per week.

Norwegian continues to temporarily withhold further sales of all routes operated by the 737 MAX to ensure the airline can meet customer expectations in light of the suspended operations of this aircraft.

The airline said it is actively working on more permanent measures to operate normal services from April 11 that will minimise inconvenience for customers and will provide updates to customers in due course.

© 2019 Hospitality Ireland – your source for the latest industry news. Article by Dave Simpson. Click subscribe to sign up for the Hospitality Ireland print edition.

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