Wizz Air, Europe’s fastest-growing airline, announces today a new route between Kyiv and Stockholm Skavsta, third largest airport in Sweden, powered by VINCI Airports.
Stockholm Skavsta airport to join the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower network as the first airport in Sweden
Friday 18 June the first Wizz Air flight to Sarajevo took off from Stockholm Skavsta airport.
Today 6 June the first flight with Trade Air departed for Pristina in Kosovo.
Sunday 6 June the first Wizz Air flight to Banja Luka departed.
On the occasion of the second ACI EUROPE summit on the sustainability of aviation an d as part of the airport sector’s joint commitment currently subscribed to by 235 European airports, Stockholm Skavsta Airport, member of VINCI Airports network is reaffirming its objective of achieving net zero emissions throughout its network by 2050.
Bringing more positive mobility: 2 new destinations available from Stockholm Skavsta airport, 3rd largest airport of Sweden: Pristina and Sarajevo .
Wizz Air is keeping investing into Stockholm Skavsta with a 4th new destination for the Summer: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina.
Stockholm Skavsta is pleased to welcome a third airline partner for the Summer as well as another brand-new destination: Pristina, Kosovo.
A new COVID testing center has opened at nearby Connect Hotel allowing rapid and efficient testing before travel.
Stockholm Skavsta welcomed a 4th firefighter-based aircraft, contributing to Sweden´s and European emergency preparedness plan.
Today Wizz Air announced the opening of the route to Banja Luka from Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
Stockholm Skavsta prepares strong summer program with new destinations.
• 23 different destinations across 16 countries in Europe
• 3 new summer destinations include: Zadar, Riga and Tirana
• Competitive and accessible fares thanks to long-term partnership with Wizz Air and Ryanair
Wizz Air sees the development potential in Stockholm Skavsta Airport and now continues its expansion at the airport.
The Swedish Government has announced that new regulations will be introduced from the 6th February 2021 regarding a requirement that all foreign citizens must present a negative Covid test when entering Sweden. The test must have been done within 48 hours prior to arrival. Anyone who cannot present a valid negative test will be rejected at the border.
From 1 January 2021, new rules apply for entry from the United Kingdom through a new regulation which means that the persons who are allowed to enter Sweden must present a certificate of negative covid-19 test taken no earlier than 72 hours before arrival in the country, to the border police. This change does not affect the Public Health Agency’s recommendations for travellers from the UK, to test themselves on arrival at the destination in Sweden, to stay isolated for 7 days after arrival and to test again after 5 days.
The Swedish Government today 21 December announces an entry ban from the United Kingdom and Denmark to be introduced from 00:00 the 22 December.
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.