Cork Airport

Norwegian Update

Jun 12, 2019


As per the Norwegian statement issued earlier today on the mandatory grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, flights to and from Cork Airport have been suspended for the remainder of the summer season and for summer and winter at Shannon Airport. Cork is a seasonal route, operating a summer only service to Boston Providence.

Customers travelling to and from Cork are being re-accommodated on different aircraft types through Dublin to ensure travel plans can continue with minimal disruption.

Cork Airport is aware of the positive impact a Cork to USA route has on the region through inbound tourism. We are continuing to work with Norwegian, and other airline partners, on securing additional transatlantic routes in the future. Traffic at Cork Airport is growing at 11% and is on course to serve 2.6 million passengers this year as the fastest growing airport in the State.