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A Wizz Air A321neo taxing at Milan Malpensa Airport. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Fabian Behr)

Wizz Air Drops All Norwegian Domestic Flying, Reduces Oslo Network

On Friday, Wizz Air announced that it would drop its entire Norwegian domestic network amid the successful restructuring of Norwegian Air Shuttle last week. Additionally, the airline will eliminate a significant portion of its Oslo Gardermoen offering, which leaves a small set of services to Central and Eastern Europe. Domestically, the low-cost carrier plans to close services from Oslo Gardermoen to 10 destinations within Norway, including flights to Alesund, Alta, Bergen, Bodø, Harstad, Haugesund, Kirkenes, Stavanger, Tromso and Trondheim. These…

New Domestic Carrier Set To Launch in Norway

While most established carriers around the world are fighting to stay afloat amidst the most devastating crisis the commercial aviation industry has known, there are also some carriers that are betting on the future by signing large aircraft orders, like Ryanair, or expanding to new bases, like Wizz Air. And…

Wizz Air Expands With Domestic Flights in Norway

As low-cost and ultra-low-cost carriers around the world continue to add new routes in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wizz Air has posted some of the most notable and aggressive expansions. Following numerous other new route and base announcements, Wizz Air has announced its newest expansion plan. The carrier,…

SAS Set to Operate Entire Network This Fall

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is slated to boost the number of flights it will operate and reinstate more destinations in Europe, the U.S. and Asia throughout autumn as the airline continues to see a rise in demand for travel and transport to, from and within Scandinavia. Scandinavia’s "domestic" flights — those…

Chinese Government-Backed Lessor Takes Stake in Norwegian Air

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, revenue sources of most airlines are petrified, thus forcing them to struggle to maintain the survival of their business. BOC Aviation, a global aircraft leasing company and a subsidiary of the state-owned Bank of China, has become a major shareholder in the struggling low-cost airline Norwegian…

Norwegian Scandinavian Subsidiaries File for Bankruptcy

It’s no secret that over the past few years Norwegian has been standing on a very thin rope, accumulating losses, seeking additional cash injection and restructuring routes in order to stay afloat. As COVID-19 hardly hits the global aviation year as no event in the past century; Norwegian’s Danish and…

Norway to Get its First Nonstop Link to China

Norway will soon have its own non-stop link to China once Hainan Airlines begins service between Oslo and Beijing. Hainan Airlines will be launching the service on May 15, making this the very first nonstop route between Norway and mainland China and the first non-stop Nordic service for the airline.…

Widerøe Takes Delivery of First Embraer E190-E2

In a ceremony held on Wednesday at Embraer's facility in São José dos Campos in Brazil, Norwegian airline Widerøe accepted the first produced Embraer E190-E2 aircraft, the newest family that the Brazilian aircraft builder is developing. The aircraft type is part of a reimagined version of its current E-Jet fleet,…