Norwegian drops flights to Bergen, adds more to Shannon from RI

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    The Rhode Island Airport Corp. said Monday that Norwegian Air Shuttle is making adjustments to its schedule from T.F. Green Airport to align with customer demand.

    Norwegian is dropping its twice-a-week flights from Warwick to Bergen, Norway. Those flights will be shifted to Shannon, Ireland.

    The airline is also dropping one weekly flight to Edinburgh, Scotland.

    "Anyone who had a flight booked to Bergen will get a full refund or can reschedule their flight," a RIAC spokesman said.

    RIAC said Norwegian had 18 flights a week departing T.F. Green Airport in 2017 and that number will be adjusted to 17 for the 2018 summer schedule.

    Norwegian's schedule for summer 2018 is:

    Belfast (BFS): two flights weekly

    Cork (ORK): three flights weekly

    Dublin (DUB): five flights weekly

    Edinburgh (EDI): three flights weekly

    Shannon (SNN): four flights weekly

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