Ryanair drops planned investment in Norway

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The low-cost airline Ryanair will not implement the investment in Norway that was planned before this year’s summer season.

Ryanair is in the process of creating dozens of new routes in Scandinavia. Originally, the company wanted to launch eight new routes from Oslo, but that will not happen, Flysmart24 reports.

Ryanair will have three routes from Gardermoen – to London, Vilnius, and Katowice.

“It may be that it wants to use its aircraft in other markets that provide better returns than in Norway,” analyst Hans Jørgen Elnæs in WinAir stated.

Ryanair has not responded to Flysmart24’s requests for comment.

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