Flyr was able to present its traffic figures for November, but the spread of new outbreaks during the month of November had a negative effect on market demand.
With four aircraft operational, Flyr’s total capacity in November was 98.3 million seat kilometers (ASK), with a filling rate of 54.5%. The average filling rate since start-up is 47.0%, which has increased from 38.2% which was the average in the first quarter. When the quarterly report was published in the autumn, Flyr was careful to point out that it had been deeply affected by local restrictions from the pandemic and that in the event of a relief, the traffic figures would be better.
With a load factor of 61% in October, Flyr presents slightly worse traffic figures for November with 54.5%.
– We had a positive growth in the weeks after the reopening of society earlier this autumn, with good demand also for flights abroad. Flyr has now been in operation since the end of June, and given the situation we have encountered with several new waves of infection, the development in the degree of filling is as expected, says Tonje Wikstrøm Frislid, CEO of Flyr.
Flyr had a total of 60,582 passengers in 12 destinations in November with 4 aircraft and plans to have five aircraft in operation by the end of the year.