Flyr (Oslo) has announced it will begin flying the Oslo – Hamburg route starting on August 15.
The new route will be operated four days a week.
In other news, the new airline flew a total of 149,100 guests travelled with Flyr in May, an increase of 22% compared to April. The loyalty program Flyr + which was introduced in March is now counting 160,000 members. Sales are continuing to increase with 1.2 million tickets sold so far, and the last days have been averaging over 10,000 sold tickets per day.
The airline continued;
Production was 270.4 million ASK in the month, with on average nine aircraft in operation. Load factor was 62.1%, with Yield in the month of NOK 0.52.
Flyr had a regularity in operations during May of 99.4 % and punctuality of 89.7%.
- Sale of tickets for the summer season continues to increase, and for June we expect a load factor up towards 80%. What we are most proud of and give us most motivation, is all the positive feedback we have received from all those who have chosen to fly with us so far, says Tonje Wikstrøm Frislid, CEO of Flyr.
Unit revenue (PASK) in May was NOK 0.34, while the average PASK from first flight in June 2021 was NOK 0.30.
Currently Flyr has a fleet of 10 aircraft, and 2 additional aircraft will be delivered during the summer. At the end of May, Flyr has 41 FTE’s per aircraft, which is in line with the planned progression to reach the targeted cost level.
Besides domestic routes in Norway, the airline flies to popular sunny destinations in southern Europe:
Top Copyright Photo: Flyr has joined the Boeing 737 MAX club. Flyr Boeing 737-8 MAX 8 LN-FGH (msn 43354) OSL (Jay Selman). Image: 404170.
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