Norwegian will continue flying between Dublin and the US using a different plane to the suspended Boeing 737 MAX.
All variations of the Boeing 737 MAX were temporarily suspended from accessing Irish airspace yesterday following Sunday's MAX 8 crash in Ethiopia.
All 157 people on board were killed in the Ethiopian Airlines crash.
Sunday’s crash came just months after another accident involving the same aircraft model in Indonesia.
While investigations into the causes of both crashes are ongoing, many countries have grounded the model of plane involved as a precaution.
As a result of temporary Irish restrictions, Norwegian will operate its flights from Dublin to New York Stewart using a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
The 338 seater aircraft will arrive from London at 1:30pm this afternoon to depart for the US at 3:20pm.
All customers affected by the disruption are being updated via web and SMS.
They're also providing passengers with "care and assistance while re-routing passengers within its network".
Norwegian is organising bus transfers from New York for those who were booked to travel to Providence, Rhode Island.
The company added: "We would like to apologise to affected customers and we remain committed to ensuring that customers can continue to travel on Norwegian's network."
Norwegian was yesterday forced to cancel its services to Rhode Island and New York.
The move affected as many as 384 passengers travelling in each direction.
Yesterday, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) said it was suspending the MAX 8 and MAX 9 to ensure the safety of passengers.
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) also temporarily suspended the operation of all variants of the Boeing 737 MAX to ensure “the continued safety of passengers and flight crew” in Irish airspace.
Boeing has said it has "full confidence in the safety of the 737 MAX".
The firm insists that safety is its number one priority.
They said they understand regulators and airlines "have made decisions that they believe are most appropriate for their home markets".
The 737 MAX planes continue to operate in the US.