CELTIC have announced on social media they will be unable to put on a chartered flight to Norway for Celtic’s crunch Champions League qualifier.
Usually CelticFC Travel would set up a package for fans who wanted to fly over for the day.
However, in this instance, they say it’s not financially viable to run such a flight as costs would be ridiculously high for supporters.
🇳🇴Rosenborg update: Despite great efforts from our partner @Nirvana_Europe, due to the high cost of securing an aircraft to Norway at this time of year, an Official Fan Charter is not a viable option for the fixture.
— CelticFCTravel (@CelticFCTravel) July 23, 2018
A lot of Celtic fans make their own way to away grounds around Europe, using their experience and help from others to get flights, ferries, trains and buses to ensure they make the game.
The dedicated support will still be in Norway, even after this unfortunate news.