VISIT IRELAND ON NORWEGIAN
T.F. GREEN AIRPORT
Since summer 2017, Norwegian has become a popular way to fly from New England to Ireland. Norwegian flies from T. F. Green Airport in Providence, RI to three exciting destinations in Ireland on a comfortable Boeing 737.
The schedule in 2019 includes 14 direct flights a week from Providence to Ireland, including Dublin - 7 flights/week, Shannon - 4 flights/ week, and Cork -3 flights/week. These destinations are ideal for Americans wishing to sample a wealth of culture and arts, history and heritage, outdoor activities and both urban and rural life.
Seven flights a week to Dublin
Four flights a week to Shannon
Three flights a week to Cork
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and a major European city, with easy access to the entire island, including the city of Belfast to the north and counties Wicklow and Wexford to the south.
Shannon is aptly positioned to the City of Limerick but also offers access in all directions to County Kerry in the south and up the coast to counties Clare, Galway, Mayo and Donegal.
Cork is a medium sized city with a small town feel and easy access to the rural beauty of County Cork and neighboring counties Kerry, Tipperary and Waterford.
For visitors flying from Ireland into T.F. Green on Norwegian, Providence’s central location in New England offers many options for travelers.
With a population of 178,000, Providence is similar to Cork City in terms of size, population, and an abundance of cultural things to do. As the capital city of Rhode Island, the nation’s smallest state, Providence provides quick access to the rest of New England.
Providence, Rhode Island
Newport, RI is just 34 miles away. This beautiful summer resort is home to gilded 19th century mansions, a sparkling waterfront, sailing regattas and numerous festivals, including the Newport folk and jazz festivals in July and August.
Providence to Cape Cod is just 75 miles. This magnificent summer destination draws visitors from around the world for its pristine beaches, seaside towns like Hyannis, Chatham, Falmouth and Provincetown, and quick access by ferry to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Providence to Boston is just 50 miles. The capital of Massachusetts, Boston has a storied Irish history as well as being a destination for arts and culture, history and heritage, shopping and nightlife and education and business.
Whichever direction you’re heading, flying Norwegian promises to be an affordable, exciting adventure this summer.