In 1946, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) made its official maiden flight between Stockholm and New York. Since then, SAS has made life easier for passengers flying to and from Scandinavia. SAS’s 70th anniversary is being celebrated with the exhibition “Congratulations SAS on your 70th anniversary,” which features uniforms and other retro items.
SAS Service Point is a brand-new place where passengers can get help booking, charge their phones or computers or just sit for a while before their flight.
Brooklyn Store has now officially opened its new shop in the check-in hall at Göteborg Landvetter. The shop, which is the fourth in the Gothenburg region, is focused on baseball caps and clothing for people young and old with a feel for style.
Now passengers can book currency before their trip on Göteborg Landvetter’s website.
Now Icelandair is launching seasonal service from the Icelandic capital. Between April 29 and October 7, 2016, you can fly non-stop from Göteborg Landvetter Airport to Reykjavik.
Fritidsresor is expanding its non-stop service from Göteborg Landvetter Airport to Sicily this summer and autumn.
Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA) will provide non-stop service on the popular, new Göteborg Landvetter Airport–Åre Östersund Airport route next ski season as well, that is, from December 18, 2016, to April 23, 2017.
During the warmer six months of the year, Norwegian will increase the number of its departures between Göteborg Landvetter and Palma.
At this year’s West Pride in Gothenburg, people will once again have the opportunity to get married during the festival. This is the third year in a row that Swedavia is offering drop-in weddings in Rainbow Park.
Swedavia’s partnership with the Red Cross has been a success. In 2015, passengers and employees at the Group’s airports made contributions totalling SEK 2.5 million to Red Cross operations.
Norwegian Air Shuttle continues to develop its offering from Göteborg Landvetter Airport. On August 1, the carrier will launch a new direct route from Gothenburg to Madrid.
From Tuesday to Thursday, March 15-17, the Land and Environmental Court will hold hearings on Göteborg Landvetter Airport’s new environmental permit. A ruling is expected within eight weeks of the hearings.
In February Swedavia’s airports saw a sharp rise in air traffic. Passenger volume increased as much as 10 per cent compared to the same month last year.
7-Eleven is now open in the check-in hall at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.
A new hotel is planned at Göteborg Landvetter Airport, and Swedavia has now announced a project competition to come up with a winning proposal for the design of the hotel building. The hotel will have up to eight storeys and be located by the terminal, close to check-in for flights and the future rail station.