From August 21, Flyr plans to open three routes to Spain and France from Norway

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Low-cost Norwegian passenger airline Flyr was founded in August of 2020. It’s headquartered in Oslo and has an operational base at Gardermoen/Oslo Airport.

Flyr kicked off its flight routes with a series of domestic cities within Norway, then a small number of leisure destinations throughout Europe. The airline’s goal is to fully expand its offering throughout Norway and Europe as passenger demand dictates.

For now, Flyr operates with two Boeing 737-800 aircraft – but adding more is in the plan. Around 70 people work for the company at the time of writing.

New routes

Starting on August 21, Flyr plans to make an international debut with weekly flights from Oslo to Alicante and flights twice a week to Malaga and Nice.

Eventually, in further phases of operating, the airline hopes to connect with destinations such as Turkey, Croatia, and the Baltic States.

Source: #NorwayTodayTravel

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