Norwegian introduces the first route to Canada

Norwegian's Tom Crean tail fin 737 MAX at Dublin Airport. Photo by Norwegian

Norwegian announced yesterday its further expansion with the launch of the carrier’s first route to Canada.

Commencing 31st March 2019, the new daily service between Dublin and Hamilton, Toronto will mark the first direct flight between the two cities. Daily nonstop flights will be operated using brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft offering 189 seats in a single class cabin.

Hamilton, located in the Canadian province Ontario, is ideally situated to allow passengers easy access to major cities and attractions in the vicinity. Toronto is less than 50 minutes from the city, Buffalo, New York and Niagara Falls are only one hour away. Lake Erie, the fourth largest of the ‘Great Lakes’ in North America, is a short one-hour drive from Hamilton.

Norwegian launched transatlantic services from Ireland in July 2017 with affordable direct flights from Dublin, Shannon and Cork to the New York and Boston areas on the US east coast.

Norwegian will continue its growth at Dublin by continuing its summer 2018 schedule into the winter. Irish customers will continue to benefit from a double daily service to Stewart, New York and daily flights to Providence, which offers passengers more affordable access to the tourist centres of New York City, Boston and the New England area.

— Norwegian