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Ryanair to launch 4 new routes for summer 2024

2024-02-23, kl. 06:30

The Irish airline company Ryanair will launch four new routes ahead of the summer program of 2024, at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport respectively.

Ryanair is to expand at both Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport ahead of the summer program 2024 and will launch four new routes. From Stockholm Arlanda, the Irish airline will service Vilnius in Lithuania as well as the Greek island Rhodes. At Göteborg Landvetter, Ryanair will be operating Brussels in Belgium and Rome, Italy.

-  I’m delighted that Ryanair is expanding at our airports Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport. Swedavias main goal is to increase the connectivity and Ryanair’s vast network facilitates for people to meet, whether it is for business, leisure or to visit family and friends, says Elizabeth Axtelius, Director Aviation Business at Swedavia. Ryanair’s investment in new direct routes shows great confidence in the Swedish air travel market, and they are an important partner in us being able to offer a wide range of destinations at our airports, says she.

Starting on March 31st, 2024, Ryanair will operate Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) – Vilnius (VNO) twice a week, and Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) – Rhodes (RHO) twice a week starting on April 2nd, 2024.

Starting on March 31st, 2024, Gothenburg Landvetter (GOT) – Rome (FCO) will be operated three times a week and Gothenburg Landvetter (GOT) – Brussels (CRL) two times a week.

Learn more at https://www.ryanair.com/se/sv

For further information, please contact Swedavia’s press office at tel. +46 (0)10-109 01 00 or press@swedavia.se.

About Ryanair
The Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair Holdings is the largest airline group in Europe today and includes the subsidiaries Buzz, Lauda and Malta Air along with Ryanair. The company has some 80 bases with connections to about 250 destinations in 40 countries and more than 2,500 flights a day. The company has one of the youngest aircraft fleets in Europe, with an average age of less than 9 years. By investing in “green aircraft,” among other measures, the company wants to reach its target of 60 g of carbon dioxide emissions per passenger-kilometer by 2030. The company also aims to fly using 12.5 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2030. More information is available at ryanair.com.

Swedavia’s work for fossil-free aviation
Swedavia has carried out ambitious climate work for many years. All ten of its airports achieved the goal of zero fossil carbon dioxide emissions from their own operations by year-end 2020. Swedavia also works actively to promote the switch to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and has the goal that five per cent of all fuel used for refuelling at Swedish airports shall be fossil-free by 2025. Swedavia’s climate transition work and its pioneering work to operate climate-smart airports have won international awards, and in 2021 the trade organisation Airports Council International (ACI) named Stockholm Arlanda Airport Eco-Innovation Airport of the Year. Swedavia offers all passengers flying from one of Swedavia’s airports the option to purchase SAF for all or part of their journey via flygreenfund.se/swedavia.

The Swedavia Group owns, operates and develops ten airports across Sweden. Our role is to create the connectivity Sweden needs to facilitate travel, business and meetings. Safe, satisfied passengers are the foundation of Swedavia’s business. Swedavia is a world leader in developing airports with the least possible environmental impact. In 2022, the Group had annual revenue of about 4.8 billion Swedish kronor and nearly 2,400 employees.