Norwegian launches Ireland to Canada route

The low-cost carrier will fly Dublin to Hamilton, Toronto daily from 31 March 2019.

Norwegian’s daily nonstop flights from Dublin to Hamilton - Toronto will be operated using brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

Hamilton, located in the Canadian province Ontario, offers easy access to major cities and attractions in the vicinity. Toronto is less than 50 minutes from the city, Buffalo New York and Niagara Falls are just an hour away.

Lake Erie, the fourth largest of the ‘Great Lakes’ in North America, is a short one-hour drive from Hamilton and is renowned for its small fishing ports, beaches, fishing and diving facilities as well as vineyards situated along the coastline.

Bjørn Kjos, chief executive officer at Norwegian said: "Today marks a milestone in Norwegian’s transatlantic expansion from Ireland as we announce the first ever direct route between Dublin and Hamilton - Toronto, this is also our first ever service between Europe and Canada."

The surrounding area also offers travellers a wealth of cultural experiences from the ‘Art Gallery of Hamilton’, housing the third largest permanent art collection in Canada, to the ‘Festival of Friends’ held in August, Canada’s largest annual free summer music spanning over three days.

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