From Dublin to Niagara Falls, we see this being a very popular route.
Every year, thousands of Irish people fly from Dublin to Canada, either for a holiday or for a longer stay.
And if this has ever been something that you’ve considered, then this news from the airline Norwegian will be music to your ears.
Norwegian have announced a new route that is the airline’s first-ever transatlantic service to Canada, and the only direct flights between Ireland and Hamilton in Ontario.
Hamilton Airport is located in the Greater Toronto area with good road links to major tourist attractions such as Niagara Falls, offering Irish holidaymakers a range of places to see and experience.
The airport isn’t too far from New York, Rhode Island, and other places along the east coast of America.
The route is launching on 31 March of this year.
More information can be found on the airline’s official website here.
Matthew Wood, SVP Commercial at Norwegian said: “We’re delighted to build on our popular services to the USA and offer Irish consumers another destination with our first-ever route from Dublin to Canada.
“Customers now have an affordable option to explore a brand-new destination this summer whether visiting Hamilton, Toronto or witnessing the beauty of nature at Niagara Falls with the flexibility of a daily schedule.”