Norwegian start-up airline Flyr is partnering with technology solutions provider Ink to digitise its operations and provide a simplified, future-focused experience for passengers. Flyr is adopting Ink’s cloud-hosted desktop and mobile departure control system (DCS), to deliver a more flexible operation and consistent experience for its passengers. The airline is also implementing Ink’s baggage reconciliation system (BRS) as well as the Ink Turn application, which will provide greater visibility of Flyr’s aircraft turnaround performance, helping to minimise delays and reduce time spent on the ground. Bjørn Erik Barman-Jenssen, Chief of Ground Ops & Optimisation at Flyr, says: “With the launch

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