Articles Tagged ‘Stockholm Arlanda’
Swedish airports still growing as Norwegian’s long-haul flights from Stockholm Arlanda to JFK and Bangkok begin
Swedish airport traffic grew by 2% last year to almost 38 million passengers. We show how traffic has developed since 1996, and which are the largest carriers at Swedish airports. Norwegian, Ryanair and even Wizz Air all have a significant presence, but not easyJet. We look at what long-haul services are currently available from Stockholm. […]
Norwegian closing the gap on SAS; new long-haul flights increase pressure on Scandinavia’s biggest airline
Less than a year ago SAS’ future was in doubt. Despite its precarious financial position, very few routes were axed, and plenty have been added. But Norwegian is growing fast and competing on all of SAS’ major routes. We reveal at which major airports Norwegian is now bigger than SAS.
SAS expands summer service to Spanish beaches and Croatia; ASKs up 10% despite 2% reduction in flights
Analysis of schedule data reveals that SAS appears to have re-discovered Spanish beach destinations and Croatia. The airline’s average sector length is up 8.5% this summer as ASKs increase 10% despite 2% fewer flights? Which regional Norwegian airports have seen significant ASK growth this summer?
Not only are new routes being launched across the world, but world’s airlines and airports are in a festive mood and have also turned to other celebrations. But which European airport enjoyed not one but two anniversary cakes this week? Why did SkyWork throw a party for a hundred guests in London? And which Swedish […]
Now Europe’s third-busiest genuine LCC Norwegian’s second biggest base (after Oslo) is in Stockholm. What is the history of the airline’s operation there and which new routes had it added this week? Which eight routes account for over three-quarters of its flights there and what competition does it face?
Skyways is under new ownership and expands its fleet with jet aircraft. But to which neighbour country will it launch three new routes? And from which regional Swedish airport will it launch services to continental Europe?
British Airways adds Scandinavian routes from London City; now serves 14 destinations with all-Embraer fleet
British Airways may be synonymous with London Heathrow, but its London City network continues to evolve. Which destinations has it added (and dropped) in the last two years and how many passengers travelled on the airline’s A318 service to New York JFK in its first year of operation?
This week’s 30-second interview is with new Swedavia CEO Torborg Chetkovich. What route opportunities does she see at Sweden’s two largest airports, Stockholm-Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter? And how key are the regional airports to the new Swedavia strategy?
The London – Stockholm market has not grown during the last decade but BA’s latest decision marks the third new service between the two cities in the space of 15 months. Apart from BA, Ryanair and SAS, who else serves the market?
Nordic airports see growth returning; Billund, Copenhagen and Gothenburg report fastest growth in February; Iceland recovering
Airports in the Nordic region have gradually started reporting year-on-year traffic growth once more – by December only Helsinki and Stockholm Arlanda were still experiencing declines and by February the two Danish airports in our analysis were both reporting double-digit growth. Even traffic at Iceland’s busiest airport has once again stabilised and will hopefully advance […]
Ten for Tuesday: announcements from Sun Country, Kingfisher, airBaltic, bmi, Carpatair, Jin Air, Lufthansa, Mango, Spanair, and Virgin America
Which airlines have decided to start routes identified recently by anna.aero as having potential? Who’s going transatlantic with a 737-800? Which is airBaltic’s latest ‘country of the week’ and whose second international route is to Guam?