During winter 2018/2019 the public restrooms at the airport will be refurbished.
This week four new routes opens to/from Stockholm Skavsta with Ryanair. The new routes are; Kiev, Edinburgh, Banja Luka and Marrakech.
From 1 November 2018, Ryanair and Wizz Air introduce new regulations for baggage.
Ryanair has announced a new route from Stockholm Skavsta to Prague this spring.
Ryanair has announced a new route to Poznan in Poland from Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
Due to an expected employees strike, Ryanair has cancelled all flights from/to Stockholm Skavsta Airport for Friday August 10, with the exception of the following flights Naples (FR 1335/FR 1336) and London Stansted (FR 58/FR59); these flight will operate as scheduled.
Due to the recent dry weather conditions and high risk of wildfires in the area, the County Administrative Board of Södermanland has issued a total fire ban.
Summer is here and we are expecting many travellers at Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
Today 24 May, Ryanair launched a new route from Stockholm-Skavsta to Banja Luka in Bosnia and Herzegovina from October.
Today Ryanair announced a new route to Marrakesh from Stockholm Skavsta.
The 1st of February the Swedish Transport Agency published a new regulation concerning the use of drones.
VINCI Airports is acquiring the airport group Airports Worldwide including Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
Today, Ryanair announced a new route from Stockholm Skavsta to Kiev in Ukraine, beginning in October 2018.
Today, Wizz Air announced a new route from Stockholm Skavsta to Vienna, beginning in March 2019.
In the Winter 2018/2019 schedule Ryanair re-opens the route Stockholm Skavsta to Edinburgh in Scotland, UK.
In May 2018 Wizz Air will open a new route from Stockholm Skavsta to Szczecin in Poland.
Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (31 Jan) celebrated carrying 26 million customers to/from Stockholm Skavsta airport since it commenced operations in 1997.
Meet Stockholm Skavsta Airport at the Travel Fair in Louis de Geer in Norrköping on Saturday, January 27 and in Konsert & Kongress in Linköping on Sunday, January 28.
Stockholm Skavsta Airport welcomed 2.132.072 passengers in 2017, an increase of 5,1% compared to last year. There were more commercial aircraft movements (+3,3%) and load factors of the scheduled services grew from 82,3% to 83,6%.
Stockholm Skavsta Flygplats AB is looking for extra staff, mainly traffic assistants, but also ramp workers, for the summer season 2018.