Category: Airline / Travel
LONDON – The Norwegian carrier Flyr has applied for an Operating License (OL) in the United States. The carrier earlier announced the lease of one Boeing 737 aircraft to an unknown lessee, however it is unknown whether these two matters are related.
In a press release issued on December 19, new Norwegian Low-Cost Carrier Flyr announces their application for an Operating License (OL) in the United States.
According to the press release, the application comes after increasing demand in the North American aviation-market, crew and aircraft-wise. The airline shows intention of operating non-scheduled charter and wet-lease operations in and out of the U.S.
Flyr CEO Brede Huser, stated the following on the application: “The shortage of aircraft and crew in the North American market increases the demand for charter and wet-lease operations.”
Source: AviationSource News