There will be one direct flight to Europe from St. John 's in the summer of 2019.
WestJet announced Thursday that services directly from St. John 's to Dublin has ended.
"We understand this is disappointing news for the people and Newfoundland and Labrador as a whole and we are sorry we were unable to continue this flight in 2019," said a spokesman in an email to CBC News.
"This decision is not taken lightly."
St. International Airport Authority John said the launch in 2013 was "the most successful launch of a new route in WestJet's history."
"We are very disappointed with this decision, but continue to work with WestJet to develop their services from our airport," said a spokesman at the airport.
The route to Ireland has not shown airline expectations since it was launched in 2013, the spokesman said, and will therefore be stopped.
WestJet is in the process of contacting anyone who booked a flight on the St. route. John & # 39; s-Dublin to notify them of schedule changes via the Halifax route.
Halifax-Dublin direct services will continue in 2019, WestJet said.
In January, WestJet also canceled direct flights to London Gatwick airport.
This year, the Calgary-based airline has announced a number of route changes, taking flights twice a day from Deer Lake to Halifax, for example.
But WestJet also added another direct flight from St. John 's to Florida.
In October, soaring fuel costs, labor unrest and competition made a rough third quarter for WestJet Airlines Ltd, as profits slumped, compared with the same period last year.
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