Flyr tüürib pankroti poole

Norra Tarbijakaitseamet soovitab Flyri pileteid osta ainult krediitkaardiga, sest lennufirma on tõsises hädas.

Norwegian low-cost carrier Flyr plans to raise up to 530 million Norwegian krones (almost 51 million dollars) in new shares to ease a «very strained financial situation», Reuters reported.

Flyr recently released its financial and operating results for the third quarter of the year. The company, which was born in 2021 with the aim of serving Norway’s consolidated domestic market demand, reported an operating loss of 231.7 million kronor on revenues of 610.4 million. Flyr commented that «it has taken longer than expected to win the loyalty of business travellers on Norwegian domestic routes».