WARWICK, RI — Norwegian Airlines announced today at TF Green Airport that it will begin service from Rhode Island to nonstop service to Guadeloupe and Martinique starting in October, adding to the airline’s existing flights from Warwick to Ireland.
Twice-weekly flights to Guadeloupe from PVD will launch on Oct. 29, and twice-weekly flights to Martinique on Oct. 30.
Launch fares of $79 to both Guadeloupe and Martinique are now available for sale at Norwegian.com/us. The website’s low fare calendar also displays the lowest available fares to all of Norwegian’s destinations.
The addition makes Norwegian, with eight routes from Providence, one of two carriers with the most routes from T. F. Green Airport. To accommodate the growth, the airline will open its fourth American crew base in Providence this summer.
“Last Wednesday we were here for the announcement of another new airline that will be flying from PVD”, said Mayor Scott Avedisian. “A week later we are back to celebrate two more exciting additions provided by Norwegian Airlines. The new service to the French Caribbean, providing lower fares to the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe, will undoubtedly help T. F. Green build momentum and position itself as a top competitor within the aviation industry. Again, these accomplishments are a direct reflection of the hardworking and dedicated team at the Rhode Island Airport Corporation.”
“This further commitment by Norwegian is great news for T. F. Green Airport, the City of Warwick and our state. The airport is a true engine for economic development, and I’m delighted that Norwegian continues to grow its crew base and expand into new markets from T. F. Green,” said House Majority Leader Joseph Shekarchi.
“This is Norwegian’s third announcement for new service at T. F Green Airport in just a few months. Norwegian is now the largest international airline at PVD offering eight nonstop destinations, which mirrors the nonstop destinations offered by our largest domestic carrier. We truly appreciate this commitment and ongoing partnership with Norwegian, and look forward to growing the international market out of Providence together,” said Iftikhar Ahmad, President and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC).
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