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Reach more ski resorts with non-stop service to Turin from Arlanda

2017-08-31, kl. 14:42

For ten weeks starting in January 2018, Swedes taking a ski holiday will be able to fly non stop with Blue Air to Turin from Stockholm Arlanda Airport. It will be smooth travel for passengers going to Italian ski resorts such as Cervinia, Champoluc and Sestriere as well as the French resorts of Serre Chevalier and La Grave.

The carrier Blue Air will now make it easier for all travellers on a ski holiday to fly non-stop to a destination with easy connections to Alpine resorts. As the main city in the Piedmont region, Turin in northern Italy is also an exciting destination for anyone interested in the region's food and beverages. Turin is the second destination that Blue Air offers from Stockholm Arlanda, after having launched direct service to Bucharest last year.

"We are pleased that Blue Air is expanding at Stockholm Arlanda and investing in service for Swedish skiers this winter. Demand for direct routes to Italy remains strong, which is also reflected in the growth in demand outpacing supply as soon as new routes are launched. Over the past five years, air traffic to Italy, a popular country, has increased by a full 50 per cent," said Elizabeth Axtelius, Aviation Business Director at Swedavia.

Departures with Blue Air from Stockholm Arlanda to Turin will be on Saturdays during the period January 20 to March 24, 2018.