Norwegian airline Flyr is expanding its route network to four destinations: Gran Canaria, Barcelona, Berlin and Brussels. From May 6, there will be contact between Brussels and the Norwegian capital, Oslo, four times a week.
“These cities have been in great demand. We are pleased to be able to offer Barcelona, Berlin and Brussels as new destinations for our customers,” said Thomas Ramdal, Commercial Director of Flyr. Flights to Gran Canaria begin on December 14. Travelers who wish to go to Barcelona or Berlin wait until March 27. On May 6, there will finally be a connection between Brussels and Oslo.
The young low-cost airline recently expanded its range. In addition to domestic flights to Tromsø, Bodo, Evens, Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger, Flyer now also offers international flights to popular European ski cities and destinations.
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