You can't get there from here, at least not with Norwegian Air.

Another one bites the dust, of sorts. Have you been dreaming of popping over to Scotland? Time to change your plans. Some things just don't last. One airline is breaking up with Connecticut after less than a year.

In a report from courant.com Norwegian Air is ending their nonstop service between Bradley International Airport and Europe after just nine months. The airline says the last flights between Bradley and Edinburgh, Scotland will be on March 24th. The reason? Taxes!

Norwegian Air says that the decision is because of the Scottish government's decision not to reduce air taxes. Anyone who has a flight booked on the airline after March 24th will be offered flights from other airports or a refund. The story goes on to say that Norwegian Air is scaling back service, though not ending service, at airports in Providence, Rhode Island and Newburgh, New York, for the same reason.

This leaves Bradley International Airport with only non-stop transatlantic flights direct to Dublin through Aer Lingus.

Time to enjoy the sights of the USA instead.

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