On Saturday 24 October, Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines, opened the route to Vilnius in Lithuania from Stockholm Skavsta Airport. The route was previously operated by Wizz Air from September 2015 until March 2019. The Vilnius-Stockholm Skavsta route will be operated on Saturdays, and from December 2020 with three departures per week.
Stockholm Skavsta Flygplats AB plans in collaboration with a business partner to build a solar energy plant in the airport area. This will be the first larger solar energy plant in a Swedish airport, and will make the facility fully in line with the Stockholm Skavsta Airport’s majority owner VINCI Airports’ environmental strategy to halve the group’s carbon footprint by 2030 and to become net carbon neutral by 2050.
22 September is dedicated to environmental work in the VINCI Group, the majority owner of Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
This week Cédric Fechter takes over as new CEO at Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
This week, Wizz Air has announced that two new routes will open from Stockholm Skavsta this autumn.
A fire ban applies in Nyköping municipality, ie the area around Stockholm Skavsta airport.
From today 2 July, Ryanair restarts operations from Stockholm Skavsta Airport, and this week there will be flights to Malaga, Alicante and London Stansted.
The aviation industry has introduced passenger regulations within aviation, to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Stockholm Skavsta Airport follows the guidelines and recommendations by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and ECDC (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) and The Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten).
These regulations apply from 15 June 2020 until further notice.
Due to the current situation Stockholm Skavsta Airport has temporary changed its opening hours.
Wizz Air has implemented additional preventive measures aiming to minimize the potential spread of coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
The French VINCI Group is the majority owners of Stockholm Skavsta Airport. Now the VINCI Nordic Foundation is adjusting to support those who are fighting against Covid-19. The VINCI Group has decided to donate SEK 500,000 from the foundation to support people and initiatives that deal with the Covid-19 crisis. SEK 200,000 will be directly donated to the Red Cross’s work against Covid-19. 300.000 SEK will be donated to organizations that VINCI employees in the Nordic countries suggests.
Due to the fact that many flights are canceled at present, the opening hours for the airport terminal will change from being open around the clock to only being open around departures and arrivals, effective from Friday 3 April.
The Swedish Public Health Agency (Folkhälsomyndigheten) has published information on Covid-19 / Corona virus in many different languages on their website.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, flights are being cancelled.
Stockholm Skavsta Airport continues to grow. As the number of passengers at other Swedish airports decreases, Stockholm Skavsta goes against the trend, as traffic in 2019 increased by 3.7% (total passenger volume 2.3 million). Passenger statistics for January 2020 show an increase of as much as 12% compared to January 2019.
Call Vårdguiden on telephone number 1177 (+46 771 117700 from foreign telephones) if you have a fever, cough or respiratory trouble and any of the following apply to you:
In the Christmas and New Years period there are many people travelling thru Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
This week Ryanair advised Stockholm Skavsta Flygplats AB, that, due to unforeseen events outside their control, the company has opted to temporarily close the base at Stockholm Skavsta Airport starting coming summer season (starting 29 March 2020).
This week Ryanair advised Stockholm Skavsta Flygplats AB, that, due to unforeseen events outside their control, the company has opted to temporarily close the base at Stockholm Skavsta Airport starting coming summer season, starting 29 March 2020.
Please note that the speed limit on route 52 towards the airport has now been changed to 80 km/h, where it was previously 90 km/h.