Sunday, December 27, 2009

Scandinavian flight news

Major air carriers are preparing for the 2010 season. It brings non-stop flights from Trondheim, Rygge and Torp airport to new locations in Europe.

NextJet starts direct flights from Trondheim to Östersund

Swedish NextJet will start direct flights from Trondheim to Östersund in Sweden, February 22nd 2010.

This flight will provide travelers with an easier connection to Stockholm, as the airline will coordinate its flights on to Bromma airport. There will be two daily flights with a Saab 340 airplane, with room for 33 passengers.

It will also make it easier for the citizen in Norways third largest city to get to the winter sport resort Åre and other resorts in the Swedish mountains.

See all non-stop flights from Trondheim airport here

(Photo: A NextJet Saab 340 landing at Åre Östersund Airport, by Skistar)

Two weekly flights Torp - Malaga from June 2010

Ryanair will open a new non-stop service from Torp Airport, Sandefjord to Málaga, Spain starting June 23rd.

Flight FR 2563, will leave Málaga will leave Wednesday and Sundays 3:15 PM arriving Torp 7:20 PM.

Returning flight FR 2564, will leave Torp kl 7:45 PM arriving Málaga kl 11:50 PM.

See all non-stop flights from Torp Airport here

(Photo: Sunset at Malaga, by ExileMan)

Non-stop Rygge - Portugal and Croatia with Ryanair

Ryanair introduce two weekly flights from Rygge Airport to Zadar, Croatia and Faro, Portugal from March 2010.

All in all Ryanair will operate flights from Rygge to 23 locations in Europe in 2010.

Ryanair continues to strengthen its hold on the Norwegian flight market, making Rygge Airport its main Norwegian hub, dwarfing the other budget carrier, Norwegian Air Shuttle's traffic from this airport.

See all non-stop flights from Rygge Airport here

(Photo: The forecourt of the arrival hall at Faro Airport, by Felix Koenig)

(Source all stories: Boarding.no)

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