RYANAIR opens its base in Stockholm in the winter season 2021-2022
Ryanair, the No. 1 airline in Europe, has announced that it will open a base at Stockholm Arlanda Airport, which will have two aircraft allocated. According to the flight schedule, 89 flights per week and 21 new routes to international destinations in Europe will be operated, starting in October.
This new base is a $ 200 million investment and will provide enhanced connectivity to the region, playing a key role in job recovery and the local economy.
RYANAIR opens base in Stockholm.
There will be 21 new routes to 15 countries, including Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia and the United Kingdom, international connections with favorite holiday destinations such as Alicante, Malaga and Thessaloniki or city break destinations such as London, Milan and Vienna, but also internal connections with Malmo and Gothenburg.
Passengers, including those traveling for tourism, can plan their next trip until March '22 at even lower fares and with the option to benefit from the zero ticket change fee offered by Ryanair in case the holiday plans change.