Flyr joins Norse Atlantic Airways’ interline flight platform

Friday, 08 Dec, 2022 0

Norse Atlantic Airways welcomed Flyr to its interline flight service.

The new connection between Norse and Flyr allows passengers to book and travel to more locations.

The platform offers travellers 600+ weekly connections to airports throughout Europe and the US.

It is made possible through interline flight partnerships with other carriers like Norwegian and easyJet.

Passengers will be able to reach global destinations between Tromso, Oslo, and New York.

The partnership is powered by tech provider Dohop,

Dohop’s API-based tech automatically generates the best fares for users.

A single booking process allows passengers to make connections between flights on different airline networks.

“We are very pleased to further expand our connectivity offering,” said Zoe Osborne, Head of Commercial Partnerships, Norse Atlantic Airways.



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Learn more about :   Norse Atlantic Airways ( United Kingdom )  

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