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Ryanair’s 4 New Summer Routes From Arlanda And Landvetter

Ahead of the 2024 summer season, Ryanair announces an expansion with four new flight routes from Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport.

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The airline will expand its presence in Sweden, offering direct flights from Stockholm to Vilnius, Lithuania, and sunny Rhodes, Greece. Travelers from Göteborg can look forward to convenient connections to the heart of Europe in Brussels, Belgium, and the historic capital of Rome, Italy.

“I’m delighted that Ryanair is expanding at our airports, Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport. Swedavias’ main goal is to increase connectivity, and Ryanair’s vast network facilitates for people to meet, whether for business, leisure or to visit family and friends, says Elizabeth Axtelius, Director of Aviation Business at Swedavia. “Ryanair’s investment in new direct routes shows great confidence in the Swedish air travel market, and they are an important partner in us being able to offer a wide range of destinations at our airports.”

New Ryanair Flight Schedules

  • Starting on March 31st, 2024, Ryanair will operate Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) – Vilnius (VNO) twice a week
  • Ryanair will launch from Stockholm Arlanda (ARN) – Rhodes (RHO) twice a week starting on April 2nd, 2024.
  • Starting on March 31st, 2024, Ryanair will operate Gothenburg Landvetter (GOT) – Rome (FCO) flights three times a week
  • The airline will operate Gothenburg Landvetter (GOT) – Brussels (CRL) service two times a week.

About Ryanair

Ryanair Holdings constitutes a family of airlines that includes Buzz, Lauda, Malta Air, and Ryanair. Servicing a vast network, Ryanair operates from 80 European hubs. It offers flights to approximately 250 destinations across 40 countries, with a daily schedule of over 2,500 flights. The group boasts one of Europe’s most modern fleets, with aircraft averaging less than nine years old.

Ryanair is committed to environmental sustainability and actively investing in “green aircraft” to reduce its carbon footprint. The airline has set ambitious goals: to cut carbon dioxide emissions to 60 grams per passenger-kilometer by 2030. Ryanair plans to incorporate 12.5 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) into its operations by the same year.

Swedavia’s Work for Fossil-Free Aviation

Swedish airport operator Swedavia manages a network of 10 airports. Since 2020, the company has operated all airports free from fossil carbon emissions. Swedavia stands out for its rigorous climate initiatives, having won global recognition for its eco-friendly practices. In 2021, Stockholm Arlanda Airport received the distinguished Eco-Innovation Airport of the Year award from the Airports Council International (ACI).

With a vision for a greener future in aviation, Swedavia champions the transition to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). By 2025, the company aims to ensure that 5% of all airport refueling in Sweden comes from fossil-free sources. To further this cause, they offer passengers the choice to fly greener by purchasing SAF through

Swedavia’s commitment to maintaining a seamless and secure travel experience forms the core of its operations. This approach drives Swedavia’s reputation as a leader in developing low-impact airports. It contributes to their financial success, with a 2022 turnover of approximately 4.8 billion SEK and a dedicated workforce of around 2,400 employees.

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