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One of the most disruptive airlines in the world is heading to Canada with $210 flights across the Atlantic

5 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

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Norwegian Air announced on Thursday that is planning to enter the Canadian market with three new routes.
The European low-cost airline will launch seasonal service between Montreal and the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique in late October.
A year-round trans-Atlantic flight between Dublin, Ireland and Hamilton, Ontario near Toronto is expected to come online next March.
Introductory prices for the Hamilton-Dublin flight are as low as $279 CAD or $210 USD.
Norwegian Air is coming to Canada. The Oslo-based low-cost carriers announced on Thursday that it plans to...
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