Norse Atlantic Airways launched non-stop service between Oslo and Los Angeles on Tuesday 9 August. The 8,600-kilometre route will be served 3-weekly, departing the Norwegian capital on Tuesdays (at 06:30), Thursdays (at 11:00) and Saturdays (at 15:30). The route was previously served by Norwegian from June 2014 to October 2019. Weekly frequency peaked at 3-weekly […]

August 18, 2022 | Latest Route News +


Norwegian carrier Flyr celebrated one year of scheduled services on 30 June 2022. The following day it launched a new 2-weekly service on the 2,510-kilometre route between Oslo and Porto. This appears to be the first time that these two airports have ever been connected with non-stop service. Flyr, which initially operated primarily on domestic […]

July 7, 2022 | Latest Route News +


Norwegian (relative) newcomer Flyr has launched its first route to Belgium, with the start of 4-weekly service between Oslo and Brussels BRU on Friday 6 May. The 1,115-kilometre route will be flown every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday for the rest of the summer season using Flyr’s fleet of 737s. However, according to the airline’s […]

May 12, 2022 | Latest Route News +


Flyr (IATA code FS) continues to expand its international network from Oslo. On Thursday 7 April the carrier began 2-weekly service to Prague. The 1,140-kilometre route will initially be operated on Thursdays and Sundays with an additional Tuesday service set to start on 14 June. Competition on the route comes from Norwegian which currently connects […]

April 13, 2022 | Latest Route News +


Flyr (IATA code FS) now serves Germany after introducing service on Friday 25 March between Oslo and Berlin. The 885-kilometre route will be flown 4-weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Frequency increases to 6-weekly (daily except Saturday) from 15 August. The route will be flown using the airline’s 737-800s. Competition on the route comes […]

March 28, 2022 | Latest Route News +

Scandic Flags

July passenger data collected for airports across the Nordic and Baltic nations shows that Copenhagen was the region’s busiest airport with 1.23 million passengers, ahead of Oslo with 1.02 million passengers. Stockholm’s main airport was in third place with 880,000 passengers. Each of these three capital city airports has now recovered between 35% and 40% […]

August 23, 2021 | Airlines, Airports, Europe, News & Analysis