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Low-cost airline Norwegian has announced several non-stop Transatlantic flights to Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland with rates starting at $65 one-way including taxes.

Ten new routes will be available from three smaller airports in the Northeastern U.S. Daily flights from Stewart International, New York (SWF) will be available from June 15. Four times weekly flights from Providence, Rhode Island (PVD) will be available from June 16. And three times weekly flights from Bradley International Airport, Connecticut (BDL) will be available from June 17. Destinations include Edinburgh, Belfast, Shannon, Dublin and Cork.

Tickets are on sale now at, with fares starting at the introductory rate of $65. Following the introductory period, fares will be available from $99. Passengers can receive additional savings by bundling a seat reservation, pre-ordering a meal service (including alcoholic beverages) and pre-paying for checked luggage. Norwegian does not charge customers for carry-on luggage.

Norwegian is the European launch customer for the new state-of-the-art Boeing 737-MAX, which offers a longer range and greater seat capacity, and all of the new Transatlantic routes will be operated on these aircraft. For more information, visit