Continuing uncertainty over the Boeing 737 MAX’s return to service has prompted LCC Norwegian to end all routes between Ireland and North America from Sept. 15. All six services, which will be pulled from schedules in September, normally use the 737 MAX 8. The six routes to be cut include Dublin to Hamilton (Canada-seasonal only), New York Stewart International, and Providence, Rhode Island;  Shannon to New York Stewart and Providence (seasonal only); and Cork to ...

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