Articles tagged “norway”

Tourism

European Union Expands Passport-Free Travel Zone

Romanians and Bulgarians won't need passports for EU travel when flying or sailing, but they will still need them when using land borders.

European Union Expands Passport-Free Travel Zone

Airline Weekly

Norway Challenges Norwegian Air-Widerøe Deal as Airline Mergers Face Heightened Scrutiny

European regulators are taking a tougher stance towards the latest wave of airline consolidation on the continent.

Norway Challenges Norwegian Air-Widerøe Deal as Airline Mergers Face Heightened Scrutiny

Airlines

Norway’s Flyr Joins This List of Airline Bankruptcies and Failures Since Pandemic

Although aviation executives have been bullish in recent weeks about the industry continuing to make significant progress in its recovery, Flyr's bankruptcy is a clear sign many airlines' financial challenges are far from over.

Norway’s Flyr Joins This List of Airline Bankruptcies and Failures Since Pandemic

Hotels

Billionaire’s Sommerro Hotel in Oslo Taps Into Immersive Neighborhood Trend

Billionaire Petter Stordalen's new hotel in Oslo, Sommerro, and his soon-to-open sister property, Villa Inkognito, are noteworthy. They take the experiential travel trend in new directions.

Billionaire’s Sommerro Hotel in Oslo Taps Into Immersive Neighborhood Trend

Airlines

Norwegian Airline Flyr in Critical Situation After Failing to Raise Cash

Norwegian airline Flyr's unsuccessful attempts to raise investment funds will see the budget carrier make operational cuts. This survival move is unlikely to see its summer season plans go the distance.

Norwegian Airline Flyr in Critical Situation After Failing to Raise Cash

Business Travel

Corp Travel Group GlobalStar Fills Critical Gaps In Europe

The London-based consortium is in recruiting mode as rival travel agencies continue to buy up their own local experts.

Corp Travel Group GlobalStar Fills Critical Gaps In Europe

Tourism

The Arctic Emerges as a Serious Destination for Post-Pandemic Times

As demand has increased, the Arctic has expanded its visitor infrastructure. It just needs to ensure that it has the personnel to preserve the experiential part of it.

The Arctic Emerges as a Serious Destination for Post-Pandemic Times

Airlines

SAS Restarts Talks With Pilot Unions to Secure New Pay Deal

A one-day strike has already hit the airline by up to $123 million, as the 2,550 flight cancellations affected 270,000 passengers. Unions have the upper hand, so we may see a breakthrough today.

Airlines

Scandinavia’s Debt-Ridden SAS Airline Looks to Denmark for Survival

With Sweden and Norway not wanting to remain long-term stakeholders, the survival of Scandinavian Airlines now hinges on Denmark. However, with Copenhagen's stake set to go up to 30 percent, how much of a deterrent would that be for potential private investors?

Scandinavia’s Debt-Ridden SAS Airline Looks to Denmark for Survival

Tourism

Norway Latest Country to Begin Easing Covid Travel Restrictions

Only cruise hotspot Svalbard is keeping protective measures in place, but for everywhere else there's no longer a need for passengers to register ahead of arrival, or show proof of a negative test. Europe is finally opening up.