Flyr reports a loss of 212 million kroner in first quarter of 2022

FLYRPhoto: Torstein Bøe / NTB

Flyr lost NOK 212 million in the first quarter, despite having passenger revenues of NOK 78 million. After taxes, the company lost NOK 211 million.

Despite what they describe as a challenging market due to the corona pandemic and the war in Ukraine, Flyr believes that it has good prospects as the summer season approaches.

The company reports a large increase in bookings and says they will receive three new aircraft, including the first two of six brand new Boeing 737-8s that will be delivered in 2022.

“Flyr is developing according to plan. With over a million tickets sold, we can safely say that our product has been well received in the market, and we are very pleased with the positive development after a long period strongly characterized by the pandemic. We are now prepared for the summer season. We offer 44 routes to 38 destinations, and early bookings indicate a significant increase in activity in the future,” Tonje Wikstrøm Frislid, CEO of Flyr, said.

Last year, Flyr lost NOK 419 million.

Source : © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayFinance

Do you have a news tip for Norway Today? We want to hear it. Get in touch at [email protected]

Be the first to comment on "Flyr reports a loss of 212 million kroner in first quarter of 2022"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.