Norwegian, the low-cost airline, will enter the Canadian market with three new routes, including the only transatlantic flight out of Hamilton International Airport near Toronto to Dublin, to start March 31, 2019. The other routes are seasonal services from Montreal to the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique, beginning in late October of this year. Launch fares for the Dublin service will start as low as $370, one way. Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s chief commercial officer, said the routes are “only our first step” into Canada, with expansion planned over the next few years. Cathie Puckering, CEO of Hamilton, said the announcement is a “game-changer” for travelers in southern Ontario. Norwegian says it operates one of the world’s youngest fleets. The new transatlantic route will be operated by a new Boeing 737 MAX. According to the carrier, it was the first airline to operate that aircraft to and from North America last summer.