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Spanair files for bankruptcy

2012-02-06, kl. 08:35

Late Friday evening, the airline Spanair announced that it was cancelling its flights after deciding to file for bankruptcy.

Spanair flies from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Barcelona.
You will find contact information as well as information for passengers who were supposed to fly with Spanair on the airline’s website.
Spanair (new window)

Information about what regulations apply in airline bankruptcies is available on the websites for the Swedish Transport Agency and the Swedish Consumer Agency.
Swedish Transport Agency (new window)

Swedish Consumer Agency (new window)

Vueling offers special fares to Spanair passengers
On Saturday, the Spanish airline Vueling, which was supposed to begin service on the Barcelona-Stockholm route in March, announced that it was moving forward its launch of operations and will begin flying from Stockholm Arlanda today, Sunday, January 29.

Vueling is offering special fares on flights for those Spanair passengers affected at the following website address:
(The page you are entering is in Spanish. You can change the language to English at the bottom of the page on the left.)