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Air Norway was a virtual, regional airline located in Brekstad at Ørland Airport. It was founded in 2003, when it also commenced operations.
The airline operated 7 weekly round trips to Ørland to Oslo, with weekday flights. These included 7 trips from its hub at Orland Airport to Olso Airport and also to Aalborg Airport, Denmark. The airline also flew to many destinations including Aalborg, Fagemes, Oslo, Trondheim and Orland.
Following the bankruptcy of Coast Air in January 2008, Air Norway began serving Fagernes Airport, Leirin, with 2 daily flights to Oslo and 1 daily flight to Trondheim.
However, in 2017 the airline unfortunately ceased operations.
Before the airline ceased operations, passengers were permitted 15kg of baggage allowance.
Passengers were also permitted a small item of hand luggage in the cabin with them.
Orland Airport is an airport based in the town of Brekstad, Norway. It is the hub of Air Norway. It has one runaway and can handle nearly 10,000 passengers every year.
Before ceasing operations, Air Norway’s services were operated on a wet lease Fiarchild Metro aircraft from North Flying.