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MEDIA-Ryanair wins permission to fly from Oslo Airport -Aftenposten

Wed, 6th Jan 2016 10:33

** Ryanair has been given permission to fly to and from Norway's main airport just outside of Oslo, Norwegian daily Aftenposten reported

** Airport Coordination Norway confirmed that Ryanair has applied and been given so-called slots at Oslo Airport

** The permission has been given for three daily flights to Stansted in London and one round trip between Vilnius and Oslo

** Ryanair still has to confirm whether they will use the allocated slots

** The newspaper said Ryanair declined to comment

For the original story click here: http://www.aftenposten.no/okonomi/Ryanair-har-sokt-om-ruter-fra-Gardermoen_-og-fikk-ja-8306343.html

Further company coverage: (Reporting by Oslo newsroom)

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