Recently created Norwegian regional airline FlyViking will halt all operations Jan. 12 following a series of technical and other problems. The Tromsø-based carrier began operations March 27, 2017 with services connecting Tromsø, Hammerfest and Bodø in the north of the country. It had a fleet of four Bombardier Dash 8-100 regional turboprops. In a statement on the carrier’s website, chairman Ola Olsen said it was “not economically viable to move on with the ...

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