Ryanair is moving to Stockholm-Arlanda

Boeing 737 Max 200 (Photo: MAviO News / Captain N D'Amato).
Boeing 737 Max 200 (Photo: MAviO News / Captain N D'Amato).

Ryanair is moving to Stockholm-Arlanda

Boeing 737 Max 200 (Photo: MAviO News / Captain N D'Amato).
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The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair announces the addition of two new routes from Germany. The plan is to fly to Stockholm-Arlanda from Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden. From Memmingen, Billund is a new addition to the flight schedule.

Both routes are scheduled to begin at the end of October 2021 and will initially be operated twice a week. The flights are operated by the subsidiary Malta Air. “As the vaccination programs will continue in the coming months, air traffic will increase sharply, and we are pleased to be able to offer these new routes from Baden-Baden to Stockholm Arlanda and from Memmingen to Billund from October as part of the German Ryanair flight schedule for Winter '21, ”said Jason McGuinness, Director of Commercial at Ryanair.

From Vienna in the future Arlanda instead of Skavsta

There is also a change in Vienna. With the start of the winter flight schedule period, flights will no longer be made to the remote Stockholm-Skavsta airport, but to Arlanda, where Malta Air will station two Boeing 737-800s. In total, the plan is to serve around 20 destinations from the largest airport in the Swedish capital.

On the Vienna route, the circulations are alternately served from Arlanda by Malta Air and from the Austrian capital by Lauda Europe. For the time being, two circuits per week are planned. Competitor Wizz Air will continue to fly to Skavsta.

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