Norway's Flyr Files For Bankruptcy, Cancels All Flights


Flyr has an all-leased fleet of six Boeing 737-8s and six 737-800s.

Credit: Gorm Kallestad/NTB/Alamy Stock Photo
Norwegian LCC Flyr has become the second European airline to collapse within a week. The 18-month-old Boeing 737 operator suspended flights and filed for bankruptcy on Feb. 1, just four days after UK regional Flybe halted operations and went into administration. “The [Flyr] board concluded on...

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