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Norwegian Celebrates 15th Birthday With Boston Providence Sale

Aug 29, 2017

Norwegian celebrates 15th birthday with special sale offering Cork to Boston Providence flights from €99 one-way

Low-cost airline Norwegian will celebrate its fifteenth birthday this weekend and has launched a special sale giving holidaymakers across the South of Ireland the chance to bag a bargain transatlantic break, direct from Cork to Boston Providence from just €99 one-way.

The celebratory fare sale starts today and will last three weeks until September 18 next. The sale covers travel from Cork to Boston Providence between October 16, 2017 and March 16, 2018 (see full T&Cs below). 

Cork to Boston Providence from €99 one-way.

Passengers can enjoy bargain fares from €99 on Norwegian’s new transatlantic flight direct from Cork with special birthday fares now available at

Passengers can depart from Cork Airport to Boston Providence three-times weekly (until the end of October) and twice-weekly (from November to March)

Norwegian Chief Commercial Officer Thomas Ramdahl said: “To help celebrate 15 years of affordable flights with Norwegian, we’re delighted to offer holidaymakers further savings on our new transatlantic routes. With low-cost flights to the US East Coast, there's never been a better chance to book an affordable transatlantic trip. We’re very grateful for the loyal support our passengers have shown us over the last 15 years, and we look forward to welcoming them on board for many more years to come.”

Cork Airport's Managing Director Niall MacCarthy said: "This three-week sale with Norwegian provides a superb opportunity to conveniently fly direct from Cork to Boston Providence at great value for money fares as an end of year treat or as something to look forward to in 2018. The new direct route from Cork to Boston Providence has proven to be a major success for Norwegian this summer. As well as the convenience of flying direct from Cork, passengers from the South of Ireland are falling in love with New England's charm and heritage. Autumn is the perfect time to sample the best of Boston and the surrounding area's hearty cuisine, superb culture and hospitality."

This September marks the fifteenth anniversary since Norwegian first started low-cost domestic flights in Scandinavia in 2002. Norwegian has grown to become the world’s sixth largest low-cost airline, now flying over 500 routes to more than 150 global destinations. In the last 15 years, over 200 million passengers have flown with Norwegian, with more than 30 million passengers choosing the airline each year.