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February 18th, 2010

Three new Stockholm routes from Norwegian

Norwegian Air Shuttle will open three new routes from their Stockholm (Arlanda) base for the summer season, including flights to London (Gatwick), Edinburgh and Munich. The new routes begin from April 2010.

September 3rd, 2009

Norwegian add new routes from Copenhagen and Stockholm

Norwegian Air Shuttle have put 7 new routes on sale from their Stockholm (Arlanda) and Copenhagen bases for the winter 09/10 season. This winter they will operate flights from Copenhagen to Barcelona, Geneva and Salzburg. They will also open routes from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Barcelona, Geneva, Salzburg and Tenerife (Sur). The winter routes are available to book at www.norwegian.no.

February 16th, 2009

Hanover to Stockholm with Air Berlin

Air Berlin are due to launch a new route between Hanover and Stockholm (Arlanda). Flights will operate four times per week from 20 April 2009 and can be booked now at www.airberlin.com.

January 25th, 2009

New Norwegian routes from Oslo and Stockholm

Norwegian Air Shuttle have put three new summer routes on sale from their Oslo (International) base. They will begin flying from Oslo (International) to Istanbul (Sabiha) and Venice (Marco Polo) from 23 June 2009. They also begin flying from Oslo (International) to Amsterdam in April, and from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Pula in May.

These flights are available to book now at www.norwegian.no.

January 18th, 2009

New Norwegian routes from Stockholm and Aalborg

In April 2009 Norwegian Air Shuttle will begin flying three new routes from Stockholm (Arlanda). They will launch flights from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Palma, Chania and Faro. They are also due to launch a route between London (Gatwick) and Aalborg – replacing a route that was previously operated by the now-defunct Sterling.

July 24th, 2008

Milan to Stockholm with easyJet

easyJet will begin flying from their Milan (Malpensa) base to Stockholm (Arlanda) this winter – their second route to Stockholm (Arlanda). Flights will begin on this route from the end of October 2008.

April 3rd, 2008

FlyNordic to fly Sweden to Belgrade

Scandinavian low-cost airline flynordic will begin flying from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Belgrade this summer. They will fly twice per week on this route from 16 June 2008.

March 23rd, 2008

FlyNordic to fly to Sarajevo, Istanbul and Dusseldorf

flynordic will launch new routes from their Stockholm (Arlanda) base to Sarajevo, Istanbul (Sabiha) and Dusseldorf in June this year. Flights, which begin from mid-June 2008, are available to book now.

March 21st, 2008

Niki flights from Vienna to Stockholm

Niki will begin flying from Vienna to Stockholm (Arlanda) this summer. They will fly 6 times per week on this route from 01 May 2008.

December 23rd, 2007

New summer routes for Sterling

Sterling have put ten new routes on sale for the summer 2008 season. These include the following:

These new flights and others for summer 2008 are on sale now at www.sterlingticket.com.

November 6th, 2007

Summer routes to Iceland

Iceland Express will operate additional summer flights to Icelandic destinations next year. These will include flights from Copenhagen to both Akureyri and Egilsstadir. They will also fly to Reykjavik from Stockholm (Arlanda) and Oslo (International).

All of these flights are scheduled to begin from 15 May 2008.

November 4th, 2007

Stockholm to Tallinn and Bordeaux with FlyNordic

flynordic will reinstate their route from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Tallinn next summer. From 30 March 2008, they will fly four times per week on this route. They also begin flying from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Bordeaux the following week.

October 17th, 2007

FlyNordic add three routes from Stockholm

flynordic will launch three new routes from Stockholm (Arlanda) next year. From the beginning of February 2008 they will begin flying to Geneva, and from 28 April they will launch flights to Split and Dubrovnik. These flights are available to book now.

October 10th, 2007

Sterling to expand at Malmo

Sterling will launch five new routes from Malmo next year, including flights to London (Gatwick), Alicante, Barcelona, Florence and Nice. These flights will begin from the end of March 2008.

Also from 30 March, Sterling will begin flying from Copenhagen to Murcia and Valencia, and from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Florence, Rome (Fiumicino) and Murcia.

Tickets are available to purchase for these new flights at www.sterling.dk.

May 29th, 2007

Scandinavian flights from Nottingham East Midlands

Sterling will begin flying to East Midlands from their Scandinavian bases. From the end of October 2007, they will launch flights to East Midlands from Oslo (International), Copenhagen and Stockholm (Arlanda). They will also launch flights between London (Gatwick) and Oslo (International) at the same time.

May 15th, 2007

New Sterling flights for winter

This winter, Sterling will begin a number of new routes from their Scandinavian bases. From the end of October 2007, they will begin flying to Dortmund from Stockholm (Arlanda), Copenhagen and Oslo (International). From mid-December they will begin flying to Salzburg from Stockholm (Arlanda) and Oslo (International), and to Chambery from Stockholm (Arlanda), Copenhagen, Oslo (International), Billund and Gothenburg (Landvetter). These flights are on sale now at www.sterlingticket.com.

May 2nd, 2007

Stering to fly to Brussels

Scandinavian low-cost airline Sterling will begin flying to Brussels (International) from their various bases in Scandinavia. From the end of October 2007, they will begin flying to Brussels (International) from Stockholm (Arlanda), Oslo (International) and Copenhagen.

They will also launch new flights from Gothenburg (Landvetter) to Las Palmas and from Copenhagen to Funchal. All of these flights can be booked now at www.sterlingticket.com.

April 8th, 2007

Summer flights to Reykjavik

Iceland Express will operate a number of routes to their Reykjavik base this summer, as they did last year. These include three new routes from Stockholm (Arlanda), Gothenburg (Landvetter) and Paris (Charles de Gaulle).

March 22nd, 2007

Sterling to fly to Stockholm from Edinburgh

Scandinavian low-cost airline Sterling will begin direct flights between Edinburgh and Stockholm (Arlanda). They have previously operated flights via Copenhagen on this route, but will launch direct flights for the summer season from 28 May 2007. Tickets can be booked now at www.sterlingticket.com.

March 20th, 2007

Three new routes for Air Berlin

Air Berlin will launch three new routes in May 2007. These include Stuttgart to Vienna, Munich to Athens and Berlin (Tegel) to Stockholm (Arlanda). They are on sale now at www.airberlin.com.

March 7th, 2007

Stockholm to Paris flights with Norwegian

Norwegian Air Shuttle will begin flying from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Paris (Orly) on 04 May 2007 and will fly four times per week on this route. Tickets can be purchased now at www.norwegian.no.

December 26th, 2006

Cheap flights between Sweden and Turkey

Swedish low-cost airline FlyMe will begin flights from their Gothenburg (Landvetter) base to Istanbul (Sabiha) next year. From 02 April 2007 they will fly weekly on this route, increasing to twice weekly in May. They will also begin flights from Gothenburg (Landvetter) to Rimini on 03 May and Stockholm (Arlanda) to Marseille on 25 March.

December 16th, 2006

Flynordic summer routes on sale

On 05 April 2007 flynordic will begin flights from their Stockholm (Arlanda) base to Toulon via Bordeaux (a stop only), also facilitating connections from Bordeaux to Toulon. They will also start flying from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Dublin (from 01 April) and Tallinn (from 04 May).

FlyMe to fly to Malaga

Swedish low-cost airline FlyMe will begin flying from their Stockholm (Arlanda) base to Malaga next year. They will fly weekly from 24 February 2007.

October 18th, 2006

FlyMe to launch nine new routes

Scandinavian low-cost airline FlyMe will launch nine new Swedish routes from March 2007. These include flights from Malmo to Nice, Alicante and Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi); Stockholm (Arlanda) to Rome (Ciampino), Alicante, Nice and Lulea; Gothenburg (Landvetter) to Bologna (Guglielmo Marconi) and Athens.

October 17th, 2006

FlyNordic winter flights to Grenoble

flynordic will begin flying weekly between Grenoble and Stockholm (Arlanda) this winter. They will begin flying this new route on 02 December 2006.

October 11th, 2006

New Sterling routes

Sterling will launch 3 new routes from 19 March 2007, including London (Gatwick) to Stockholm (Arlanda), Copenhagen to Split and Copenhagen to Bourgas. Flights can be booked now at www.sterlingticket.com.

June 23rd, 2006

Polish expansion for Norwegian

Norwegian Air Shuttle will expand their operation in Poland by launching 7 new routes from 15 September 2006. They will begin flying from Warsaw to Dublin, Stockholm (Arlanda), Rome (Ciampino), Milan (Malpensa) and Athens. They will also begin flying to Stockholm (Arlanda) from Krakow and Wroclaw.

Flights on these new routes can be booked at www.norwegian.no.

November 23rd, 2005

SkyEurope expands Krakow base

SkyEurope will expand their Krakow base, where they currently operate 7 routes.

They will add a further 8 routes in 2006 (and reopen one to Barcelona) from March to June, including Edinburgh, Birmingham, Brussels, Bologna, Stockholm (Arlanda), Naples, Turin and Athens.

October 18th, 2005

Expansion at Iceland Express

Iceland Express are due to begin flying to 5 new European destinations in mid-May 2006. This will more than double the number of routes currently operated from their Reykjavik base.

The new routes will be from Reykjavik to Stockholm (Arlanda), Gothenburg (Landvetter), Berlin (Schoenefeld), Alicante and Friedrichshafen.

September 19th, 2005

Flynordic to connect Stockholm and Turin

Flynordic will start flying a new weekly route from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Turin on 24 December 2005.

September 8th, 2005

Major expansion at Iceland Express

The CEO of Iceland Express has announced that they will begin flying 6 new routes in Spring 2006. They will begin flying to Bergen, Stockholm (Arlanda), Gothenburg (Landvetter), Hamburg (Luebeck), Friedrichshafen and Berlin (Schoenefeld).

Flights will go on sale in October for these new routes.

August 30th, 2005

Hapag-Lloyd Express adds routes

Hapag-Lloyd Express will begin operating 3 new routes from 14 December 2005, including Munich to Bari and Naples and from Stuttgart to Stockholm (Arlanda). On 09 January 2006, they will also launch a route from Stuttgart to Milan (Malpensa).

Flights are available to book now on www.hlx.com.

August 8th, 2005

Germanwings to establish a base at Hamburg

Germanwings will make Hamburg (Fuhlsbuettel) a base from this coming winter season. They will begin flying to 9 new destinations from Fuhlsbuettel, including Istanbul (Sabiha), Krakow, London (Gatwick), Munich, Oslo, Stockholm, Toulouse, Warsaw and Zagreb.

Flights will go on sale from 6pm (CET) on 10 August 2005 at www.germanwings.com.

May 31st, 2005

FlyMe to begin flying to London

FlyMe are due to begin a new daily route from Stockholm (Arlanda) to London (Gatwick) on 03 October 2005.

This will be their first route to the UK and will also be the only current low-cost route from Gatwick to Sweden.

February 23rd, 2005

Sterling and flynordic to cooperate

Sterling and flynordic have announced a strategic alliance, they will begin route-sharing on a number of routes and have started cooperating on flight sales.

This will see flynordic operate flights from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Berlin (Tegel), Barcelona, Bordeaux, Budapest and Dublin, and they will also operate the route from Copenhagen to Tallinn.

Sterling will be operating flights from Arlanda to Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Nice and Prague. They will also cooperate on their route from Gothenburg to Copenhagen.

February 2nd, 2005

Sterling connects Copenhagen and Amsterdam

Sterling will begin flying a new route from Copenhagen to Amsterdam on 01 May 2005. They will use this route from Amsterdam to interconnect flights from their bases at Oslo, Stockholm (Arlanda), Gothenburg (Landvetter) and Billund.

A reminder that only direct low-cost routes appear in the cheap0 database at the present time.

January 25th, 2005

FlyMe launch new domestic routes

FlyMe will launch 2 new routes on 13 February 2005 from their base at Stockholm (Arlanda) to Sundsvall and Ostersund. These will be the first low-cost routes to these airports.

January 20th, 2005

flynordic expands this summer

flynordic, the low-cost airline previously known as Nordic Airlink, will launch a number of new routes in March. These will include Stockholm (Arlanda) to Barcelona, Munich, Dublin, Berlin (Tegel) and Tallinn. They will also add a new route from Copenhagen to Tallinn.

January 3rd, 2005

Sterling announce Greek summer route

Sterling will launch a route for the summer season (beginning 11 June 2005) between Stockholm (Arlanda) and Athens. The route will only run for a period of approximately 2 months.

December 12th, 2004

Sterling adds 7 new summer routes

Sterling have put 7 new routes on sale for summer 2005, including flights to Montpelier from their bases at Billund, Copenhagen (Kastrup), Stockholm (Arlanda) and Gothenburg (Landvetter). In addition they have will launch new routes from Oslo to Athens and Edinburgh and also Copenhagen to Edinburgh.

These new routes commence from May, although some begin later and only run for the summer season. Check their schedules for full details, as many of the flights are only once or twice per week.

November 13th, 2004

flynordic adds Kiruna

flynordic, the recently renamed nordic airlink, will launch a new route from Stockholm (Arlanda) to Kiruna in the arctic region of Northern Sweden. They will be the first low-cost airline to fly to Kiruna.

The route will commence on 02 February 2005.

October 2nd, 2004

Hapag-Lloyd Express announce new routes for 05

Hapag-Lloyd Express have announced a selection of new routes which they will begin flying from 09 March 2005. These include Cologne-Bonn to Shannon, Newcastle and Rijeka in Croatia. They are the first airline to add Rijeka to the ‘European low-fares map’, and will also fly there from Hanover.

From Hanover they will also begin flying new routes to Stockholm (Arlanda) and Pisa. From Munich they will add routes to Newcastle, Palermo and Olbia,

In addition, on 05 December 2004 Hapag-Lloyd Express will begin a new service connecting Hamburg and Edinburgh.

September 18th, 2004

FlyMe begin flights to Angelholm-Helsingborg

FlyMe, the Swedish low-cost airline has announced that from 27 September 2004 they will begin a new route (5 times weekly) between Stockholm (Arlanda) and Angelholm-Helsingborg.

July 11th, 2004

V-Bird announce new route to Stockholm

From 09 July 2004, V-Bird are flying a new route from Niederrhein to Stockholm (Arlanda). Seats are available now, available until the end of March 2005, along with part of their winter schedule.

June 10th, 2004

Snowflake cancel Inverness route

The Swedish budget carrier, Snowflake, have announced that they are to suspend flights between Inverness and Stockholm (Arlanda) on 23 July, this is due to lack of demand.

April 26th, 2004

Umeaflyg will start

It was previously believed that Umeaflyg were not going to begin their planned operation from Umea to Stockholm (Arlanda), however it now seems flights are due to take off at the beginning of May, despite pre-existing heavy competition on the route.

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