If you can’t fly your wings abroad during the summer, chances are good you’ll be making a bargain on plane tickets now. Many major airlines have dumped fares on a number of destinations.
Writes Fly Smart 24 Who mentioned the price collapse before the weekend.
The aviation industry needs to stimulate the desire to travel to fill aircraft in the future. People have been getting very high electricity prices, sharp interest rate hikes, and record high prices for food and fuel. Therefore, airlines should make good deals to give people money to be able to travel again, says Terje Berge, commercial director at Finn Reise, to the site.
Berg notes that SAS, Norwegian and Flyr have all published tickets that are cheaper than they have in a long time.
– It’s just to say hi. We have been waiting for this sale. This will increase the volume of ticket sales in the future. Those with travel plans should take the opportunity now to get cheap tickets, Berge tells Flysmart24.
The three airlines, SAS, Norwegian, and Flyr now offer sales on their websites.
With Flyr, you can get from Oslo to Athens, Barcelona, Mallorca and Kristiansund for as little as 400 NOK.
SAS has posted a number of domestic flights for between 400 and 500 NOK.
Norwegian also has sales on a number of flights. Among other things, you can fly from Oslo to Alicante for 399 NOK or to Alta for 449 NOK.
Earlier in August, the Consumer Council warned against purchasing travel through channels other than a travel agency or directly with airlines.
We see several examples of intermediaries who are only responsible for their additional services, making it unclear to consumers who choose to order from intermediaries. Thomas Iversen of the Norwegian Consumer Council said I am clear in my recommendation that flights should be booked via the airline’s website. your side.
– And remembering that a few hundred Swedish kronor may cost extra by ordering directly from the airline is cheap insurance against broker errors, Iversen said.
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