The Irish low-fares company Ryanair wants to open more routes to Norway within two years. The company is currently negotiating with three airports.
«We are talking with three airports in Norway, but I cant tell you which ones,» said Michael OLeary, Ryanairs CEO, to the Norwegian daily Aftenposten.
Ryanair has been talking about expanding in Norway for several years. At one point the company was considering opening domestic flights in Norway, but the company has decided to put those plans on ice.
OLeary said the company is now planning to expand the routes to Norway depending on what facilities Norwegian airports can offer.
«Airports where we can turn around and take off again after 25 minutes,» OLeary explained.
Ryanair announced Thursday that the company has passed British Airways and is now the second largest company in Europe after Lufthansa.
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