There has been a change in the Norwegian Air Shuttle schedule at T.F. Green Airport.

If you were thinking of traveling to Norway from Green Airport in Providence, you're going to have to think again.

The Rhode Island Airport Corp announced this week that Norwegian Air will be dropping their twice-a-week flights from Warwick to Bergen, Norway and instead will switch them to flights to Shannon, Ireland.

The change is being made due to customer demand according to NBC 10 and a spokesperson for the RIAC told them that "anyone who had a flight booked to Bergen will get a full refund or can reschedule their flight."

The once-a-week flight to Edinburgh, Scotland is also being dropped from the airlines schedule at T.F. Green.

The Norwegian Air Shuttle flights you can take are:

Belfast (BFS): two flights weekly

Cork (ORK): three flights weekly

Dublin (DUB): five flights weekly

Edinburgh (EDI): three flights weekly

Shannon (SNN): four flights weekly

These flights will be available starting summer 2018.

That will change the current number of 18 Norwegian flights out of Green weekly to 17 for the 2018 summer schedule.