Norwegian low-cost airline Flyr plans to launch non-stop flights between Oslo and Germany's Hamburg. This will be served for the first time from autumn 2022. A specific date for the first flight has not yet been set.
Upon request, the company confirmed a media report by the Norwegian portal FlySmart24. An exact date for the recording could not be given, but emphasized that it will be in autumn 2022. At the same time, non-stop flights from Oslo to Las Palmas are also planned.
Flyer has only recently numerous summer routes, to be offered from Oslo, announced. It's on Wednesday too first Boeing 737 Max 8, which was sourced from Air Lease Corporation, arrived in the Norwegian capital.