Wizz Air shakes the Norwegian market with three domestic routes


As already announced in our forum yesterday, low-cost carrier Wizz Air will launch its first base in Scandinavia and start offering domestic flights in Norway next month, in competition with SAS and Norwegian. The company will initially offer three routes with initially one Airbus A321 aircraft based at Oslo Gardermoen airport.

Wizz Air will start flying from 5 November on the routes from Oslo to Bergen, Trondheim and Tromsø. In total, there will be 35 weekly departures at prices starting at 18 euros one way. This number will double in December with the arrival of a second A321.

Wizz Air has been flying to Norway for 14 years, from several airports in Central and Eastern Europe, mainly in Poland. in 2020 Wizz Air has introduced six new routes to/from Norway: Krakow to Bergen, Haugesund, Stavanger, Tromsø, Trondheim, and Larnaca to Bergen.


  1. It’s about the time that Wizz Air stop worry about expansion and start taking care for safety.
    On the link below you can see 38 “breathtaking” pictures made from the cockpit and published on public media. What is “breathtaking” – half of them are made below 10000 ft and at least 4-5 at about 1000 ft AGL.
    Few questions for Mr. Laszlo Ekes (Head of safety and compliance) and Mr. Darwin Triggs (chief pilot):

    1. What are the rules in the cabin below 10 000 ft?
    2. Is the altitude of 1000 ft critical and what are the duties of the pilots at this altitude?
    3. Who is flying the aircraft while the pilots take pictures?
    4.Does this pilots have other violations?

    And one question for Mr. Varadi:
    1. Shall we be concerned for our safety when we buy tickets for Wizz Air? Generally what’s the safety level in the company?


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