Stordflyet is an airline based in Stord Sørstokken, Norway. It is part of the DAT Danish Air Transport company, despite having its own branding and routes.
Currently, this airline only operates domestic flights in Norway between Stord and Oslo, but this is set to change in mid-2019 when it is due to fly its first international route from Stord to Billund in Denmark.
Passengers flying with Stordflyet are offered complimentary tea, coffee and hot chocolate on board their flights. Snacks and hot food may come at an extra cost.
Find out more about Stordflyet's check-in policies;
Stordflyet passengers can check in online from 36 hours before their flight. Visit the Stordflyet website to complete the online check-in.
Alternatively, passengers can check in at the airport. This service is available until 30 minutes before your flight is due to depart.
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Exact baggage information for Stordflyet is not available, however, it's likely that passengers will be entitled to 1 checked bag and 1 cabin bag each. Excess baggage may come at a cost, so it's important to check before you fly.
Stord Airport, Sørstokken is a small, regional airport located in Sørstokken, Stord, Hordaland, Norway. The airport currently only has one runway and is currently the only airport with scheduled services in Sunnhordland.
The airport currently only serves Danish Air Transport, and will soon serve Stordflyet, but has previously operated scheduled flights for airlines such as Coast Aero Centre, Widerøe, Sun Air of Scandinavia, and Air Stord.
Stordflyet flies to a few destinations across Norway but hopes to expand its routes in the future. Currently, Stordflyet flies to:
Stordfly also had plans to launch a new destination in 2019, beginning 28th June until 18th August. This was a route previously operated by the Lithuanian subsidiary of DAT, DOT LT:
Stordflyet operates a fleet of ATR42-500 OY-RUF aircraft to fly its current routes across Norway.