Four new airlines at T.F. Green to share $3.4M in state incentives

NORWEGIAN AIRLINES, which is running ads on public transit buses in Dublin, Ireland, would be eligible for reimbursement for the campaign under the Air Service Development Fund program. / PBN PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY
NORWEGIAN AIR is ending its trans-Atlantic service, including flights from T.F. Green Airport to Dublin, which the airline had promoted in Ireland when it began the service. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY
PROVIDENCE – Four airline carriers that have established new routes out of T.F. Green Airport will receive a combined $3.4 million in public marketing incentives, the R.I. Commerce Corp. announced Friday. The Air Service Development Fund was created to provide financial incentives for new or expanded air service. Initially stocked with $1.5 million in fiscal…

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