NORWEGIAN Air has revised its Shannon transatlantic schedule with the intention of suspending the route to Providence during the winter months.
However, the low-cost airline said that it will be expand to four times weekly their flights on the Shannon to Stewart International Airport route for next winter.
Earlier this year, the airline had increased its weekly schedule to Providence but has since revised this after an extensive assessment of passenger demand.
Changes have also been made by the carrier on its Providence routes from Cork and Edinburgh in Scotland with similar winter suspensions planned.
The Providence bound flights by Norwegian Air from Ireland will now run from March to October will the low-cost carrier continues to assess demand.
Airport bosses have said that the changes are in line with international demands but Shannon is on track to maintain its winter passenger numbers.
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