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So, is it possible for low cost airlines in Sweden

At the end of last year and announced It to the end of long-distance flights from and to Sweden on the grounds of poor performance. Shortly thereafter it announ

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So, is it possible for low cost airlines in Sweden

At the end of last year and announced It to the end of long-distance flights from and to Sweden on the grounds of poor performance. Shortly thereafter it announced the low-cost carrier Ryanair to close its base at Stansted airport on 29 march. Close to one-half of the routes were put up in the last week, I was told by the company that a member of the crew, which is based in Nyköping, sweden.

the Two companies have had problems with the delivery of the flygplansmodellen the Boeing Max 737. At the same time, the demand for air travel in Sweden. In 2019, the reduction in the number of passengers at Swedish airports with a total of 1.4 million, according to figures from the Swedish transport agency.

flyganalytiker at Aeropol, see, although there is no dramatic change of the low-cost carriers in the future.

"I think we're going to have about the same traffic as the one we have today," he said.



And there's low-cost airlines, which is moving in the opposite direction. In the last year, Services a number of routes to and from Sweden. Recently, Wizz air, and they begin to fly to / from Skellefteå, sweden, and the Gdansk shipyard.

Jean-Marie Skoglund, flygmarknadsanalytiker of the Swedish transport agency, says that low cost airlines have captured increasing market share in Europe. Between 2005 and 2019, the increase in lågprisbolagens pdf by 440,9 per cent. The corresponding figure for other companies is 30.4 per cent.



"I would say that this development is well in line with Sweden," said Jean-Marie Skoglund.

of the market share in Sweden. It's with Ryanair, and Norwegian, which is the most on foreign trips, including discounters. As the number of visitors fell by 2019 it was the flights that were affected the most, with about 700 000 less passengers. There is in It, and the quality of the low-cost airlines with the largest market shares. However, Jean-Marie, the Professor is careful not to speculate about the future.

" It's going to be interesting to see if this is a trend which is in and of itself. Historically, it has been flipped for anywhere from one to three years, " said Jean-Marie Skoglund.

for more information, see the SAS's managing director about the rumors of a new low-cost airlines.

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