WINDSOR LOCKS: Norwegian Air which initiated transatlantic service between Bradley International Airport and Edinburgh, Scotland, nine months ago has said tax issues have crashed the offering.
The airline citing delays in a Scottish tax break the airline expected is accounting for the change.
Norwegian Air will completely pull out of Bradley, with it’s the last flight for the “low cost’ airline on March 25.
The Air Norwegian signs at Bradley have hardly had time for the paint to dry, but the discontinued service leaves Aer Lingus service from Bradley to Dublin, Ireland, as the only transatlantic flights from Bradley.
The airline will continue service from Newbugh, New York, and serve 12 U.S. airports on various routes, including the Edinburg destination from T.F. Green Airport near Providence.