Flyr is the second carrier operating Prague - Oslo route.
Flyr is a new carrier that has started flying to Prague. It will offer connections to the Norwegian capital Oslo twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays, three times a week come June.
The carrier is the second airline on this route. Norwegian still flies to Oslo, while SAS is due to return in September. The latter originally planned to fly from the end of March, but eventually postponed the restart. The flights are scheduled for Thursdays and Sundays. Prices for return tickets start at 99 euros. The carrier is deploying a Boeing 737-800 on the route.
Flyr is one of the youngest airlines in the world, having started flying last summer. It started with domestic flights between the south and north of Norway. The company was founded by Norwegian manager Erik Braathen, who headed the carrier Braathen Safe until 2004, when the company merged with SAS. He was also on the board of Norwegian Air Shuttle for several years. The company currently flies six Boeing 737-800s and plans to take delivery of its first 737 MAX this year.