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Route Analysis: Oslo-Stavanger

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Wizz Air is wasting no time in its quest to capture share in Norway’s domestic market.

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Danish carrier Sun-Air suspends flights until August 2021

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The airline, a favorite of business passengers, sees demand evaporate because of COVID-19.

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Icelandair outlines summer schedule

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Total seat capacity is expected to be about 25-30% less than summer 2019, with COVID-19 still causing severe restrictions in many of its destinations.

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The World’s largest Remote Towers Centre opens in Norway

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Avinor, the Norwegian airport operator and air navigation service provider, opened the World’s largest Remote Towers Centre in Norway on the 20th...

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Traffic statistics for Avinor airports in September

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Just over 1.5 million passengers traveled to or from Avinor's airports in September this year. This is a decrease of close to 70 percent compared...

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The aviation industry with an ambitious goal: Norwegian aviation must be fossil-free by 2050

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Norwegian aviation must be a world leader in climate solutions. This is the goal in a recent report from an overall Norwegian aviation industry.

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Wizz Air is establishing itself in the domestic market in Norway

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From 5 November, Wizz Air will establish itself on the Norwegian domestic market. They start with daily flights on the routes between Oslo and...

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Wizz Air to shake-up Norway’s domestic market

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The fast-growing Hungarian ULCC plans to open a new base in Oslo and enter Norway’s domestic market on three high-density routes.

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Wizz delays launch of St Petersburg base

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The ULCC has postponed the launch of its first base in Russia, blaming ongoing COVID-19 travel restrictions in Europe.

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Recovery Tracker: Norwegian, Swoop, Emirates and Lufthansa

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A weekly round-up of the latest news from the aviation industry as airlines and airports begin to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.

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