New book about the beginnings of Norway’s airlines. On 9 October 1910, the Swedish baron carl Cederström made the first flight in Norway. Two years later the first Norwegian was in the air. The same year the first airline Norsk Flyveselskap AS was formed, but it was not until after the Great War that things started to develop.
The book describes all airlines formed between 1912 and 1922 and with a special chapter about Det Norske Luftfartrederi AS (1918-1922). What were its plans, what flying boats and seaplanes did it use, who worked for the company and what was fate of the company?
A book to look forward to.