Ryanair’s big Stockholm return – switching Skavsta for Arlanda; two based aircraft and 21 routes
Back in style! In 2003 Ryanair opened its ninth base at Stockholm Skavsta Airport, with Michael O’Leary showing that the airline meant business with the move. In 2019, the carrier closed the base as a result of 737 MAX deliveries, however two years later the airline is back in the Swedish capital, switching Skavsta for Stockholm Arlanda. Like it did in 2003, three of the airline’s new Stockholm routes in 2021 include Alicante, Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden and Liverpool. Déjà vu anyone?
Ryanair confirmed its newest base on 6 May – Stockholm Arlanda – where it will station two aircraft from the start...
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