Norwegian Air, the low-cost carrier, has announced it will suspend all of its transatlantic flights from Ireland.
The reason given is the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX.
From 15th September 2019 the airline will cancel six routes operated out of Dublin, Cork and Shannon to the United States and Canada.
Since March, Norwegian Air has attempted to make up for the absence of the 737 MAX model, which is unable to fly since two accidents occurred. They have been leasing aircraft from other airlines, which has become unsustainable.