Norwegian Air Is Terminating Flights Between North America and Ireland over 737 Max Grounding

Budget carrier Norwegian Air has said it will stop flying routes between North America and Ireland in September, saying it will focus on profits over growth—the routes were "no longer commercially viable," the company said in a press release.

Boeing Reports Biggest-Ever Quarterly Loss Due to Grounded Its Best-Selling Plane

Boeing’s flagship 737 Max has been grounded since mid-March following two fatal crashes. The manufacturer posted a second-quarter loss of $5.82 a share due to the grounding of its best-selling plane. The company is testing a software package to bring the planes back but remains uncertain on how long it will be until it returns to flight.

Now Is the Time to Start Booking Fall Flights

According to Hopper, the airfare prediction app, domestic round-trip airfare would drop nearly 7 percent compared with June’s peak prices. Another 5.5 percent price drop is expected in August, and a smaller dip should follow in September. The forecast calls for prices will level off in October, then tick up about 2 percent in November. The holiday travel season begins after Halloween and as Thanksgiving approaches.