Norwegian Air is doubling the number of flights on its popular Dublin-New York service which will allow for day trips to New York State. Europe’s third largest low-cost airline, first launched transatlantic flights from Dublin to Stewart International Airport in New York State and Providence, Rhode Island, last summer using brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft offering up to 189 seats.
From April 26, Norwegian’s daily nonstop flights from Dublin to New York, will increase to a twice-daily service. The new early morning departure at 8:10 am lands at 10:30am local time.
Upon arrival at Stewart International Airport in New York, passengers have the option of direct shuttle bus services into New York City which are timed to meet Norwegian’s flight arrivals. It is an approximate 90mins drive from Stewart Airport to Manhattan, New York City.
Norwegian currently operates six routes from Dublin to destinations in the USA and Nordic countries including Providence, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki. Passengers flying Norwegian from Dublin and Shannon can use US Preclearance facilities to clear US immigration and customs before departure.
Norwegian will also increase the number of transatlantic flights from Shannon. From March 27, the airline will double its frequency to Providence from two to four flights a week and will add a third weekly flight to Stewart, New York.
This month, it was confirmed Stewart International Airport will be renamed New York Stewart International Airport as part of a $37 million airport upgrade to better handle soaring international passenger numbers. Norwegian is the only airline to operate international flights from Stewart International Airport.
Flight schedule - all times local
Dublin Airport to Stewart, New York -
- Daily - Departs 8.10am Arrives 10:30am
- Daily – Departs 2:30pm Arrives 4.50pm
Stewart, New York to Dublin Airport -
- Daily – Departs 12.25pm Arrives 11.45pm
- Daily – Departs 9:00pm Arrives 8.20am+1