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Swedavia’s traffic statistics for April 2020

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for April 2020

Press releases   •   May 11, 2020 06:00 CEST

In April, 63,000 passengers flew via Swedavia’s ten airports, a full 98 per cent decrease compared to April last year, when Swedavia had more than 3.2 million passengers. The full impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic was evident during the month, and a number of the airports had no scheduled service. Traffic is expected to remain at very low levels in the near future.

Swedavia’s Interim Report January-March 2020: Measures to face the dramatic traffic downturn

Swedavia’s Interim Report January-March 2020: Measures to face the dramatic traffic downturn

Press releases   •   Apr 29, 2020 16:27 CEST

During the quarter as whole, 6.6 million passengers flew to or from Swedavia’s airports, but during the second half of March, all air traffic nearly came to a standstill as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is reflected in sales revenue, with Swedavia’s net revenue declining during the period to 1,245 million Swedish kronor.

Swedavia continues to assist tenants through expanded rent relief measures for some 100 businesses at its airports

Press releases   •   Apr 27, 2020 13:50 CEST

Taking the Swedish government’s aid package for rent relief as its starting point, Swedavia is now giving rent reductions of up to 50 per cent for a total of some 100 businesses at its airports.

Swedavia’s airports to donate personal protective equipment to health care

Swedavia’s airports to donate personal protective equipment to health care

News   •   Apr 15, 2020 12:29 CEST

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, there is an increased need for personal protective equipment for healthcare employees in Sweden. Swedavia’s airports are now contributing by donating equipment such as face masks and protective eyewear to health care facilities throughout the country.

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for March 2020

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for March 2020

Press releases   •   Apr 09, 2020 10:00 CEST

In March, more than 1,317,000 passengers flew via Swedavia’s ten airports, a full 60 per cent decrease compared to the same month in 2019. The effects of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic had a significant impact since airlines cut all or reduced their traffic. The downturn accelerated during the month and has continued in April, so far with a decrease of about 97 per cent.

Swedavia publishes its Annual and Sustainability Report for 2019

Swedavia publishes its Annual and Sustainability Report for 2019

Press releases   •   Mar 27, 2020 11:06 CET

Swedavia’s Annual and Sustainability Report for 2019 is available as of Friday on Swedavia’s website. The report describes Swedavia’s sustainability work and performance during the year as well as its financial position at year-end. The beginning of 2020 has been dominated by the Covid-19 virus and a dramatic downturn in traffic and passenger volume.

Swedavia to implement action programme in order to address dramatic decline in traffic

Press releases   •   Mar 20, 2020 10:02 CET

Swedavia has decided to implement an action programme in order to adapt its operations in the face of a dramatic decline in passenger volume combined with uncertain market prospects. Operations in the company will be adapted to a minimal level based on the market situation, and at the bigger airports, operations will be concentrated temporarily to certain sections.

New direct route to Corsica from Göteborg Landvetter Airport

New direct route to Corsica from Göteborg Landvetter Airport

Press releases   •   Mar 13, 2020 08:00 CET

Göteborg Landvetter Airport is adding a new international route to its offering. On April 25, the Mediterranean carrier Air Corsica will fly non-stop between Gothenburg and the French island of Corsica.

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for February 2020

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for February 2020

Press releases   •   Mar 10, 2020 13:00 CET

In February, over 2,631,000 passengers flew via Swedavia’s ten airports, which is a decrease of 6 per cent compared to the same month last year. Profit was positively affected by the extra leap year day during the month. The consequences of the coronavirus outbreak had a limited impact, but it is expected to affect the passenger trend to a much greater extent in March.

Bromma Stockholm Airport wins international customer experience award

Bromma Stockholm Airport wins international customer experience award

Press releases   •   Mar 09, 2020 13:15 CET

The international airport operators trade organisation, Airports Council International (ACI), publishes an annual ranking of airports around the world that provide the best customer experience to passengers - according to the passengers themselves. Swedavia’s Bromma Stockholm Airport is one of the airports that have now won.

New direct route to London from Luleå with SAS

New direct route to London from Luleå with SAS

Press releases   •   Mar 04, 2020 18:11 CET

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will establish a new direct route between Luleå Airport and London during the winter season 2020/2021. The route will be highly appreciated by the local tourism industry as well as business and leisure travellers.

Swedavia launches electric aviation strategy – Åre Östersund ready for first electric aircraft in autumn 2020

Swedavia launches electric aviation strategy – Åre Östersund ready for first electric aircraft in autumn 2020

Press releases   •   Feb 14, 2020 09:29 CET

Swedavia has adopted a strategy for electric aviation. The goal is to enable all ten Swedavia airports to handle electric aircraft and to be able to place the first commercial electrified route in service by around 2025. At Åre Östersund Airport, a testing venue for electric aircraft is planned to be put into operation during the autumn.

Nina Linander new Board member

Press releases   •   Feb 13, 2020 16:33 CET

At an Extraordinary General Meeting of Swedavia AB held on February 13, Nina Linander was elected as a new Board member of the company.

Swedavia’s Year-End Report 2019: Stable results despite fewer passengers

Press releases   •   Feb 13, 2020 16:23 CET

In 2019, more than 40 million passengers flew to or from Swedavia’s airports. Net revenue for the period increased to more than 6.2 billion Swedish kronor and operating profit increased to more than 700 million kronor. The year was marked by investments to improve efficiency, develop the airports and help bring about the aviation industry’s transformation in the face of climate change.

​Swedavia’s traffic statistics for January 2020

​Swedavia’s traffic statistics for January 2020

Press releases   •   Feb 11, 2020 10:13 CET

In January, a total of 2,670,000 passengers flew via Swedavia’s ten airports, which is a 6 per cent decrease compared to the same month last year. The weak traffic trend in recent months continued in January, which was also adversely affected by airlines reducing their seating capacity to a greater extent.

Swedavia expands its hotel offering at Stockholm Arlanda – one of the largest airport hotels in the Nordic region is opening

Swedavia expands its hotel offering at Stockholm Arlanda – one of the largest airport hotels in the Nordic region is opening

Press releases   •   Feb 06, 2020 10:05 CET

Comfort Hotel Arlanda Airport is now opening, right next to the airport terminals and SkyCity. This major new hotel, with more than 500 rooms, represents a significant increase in Stockholm Arlanda's hotel offering and was built to attain a high level of environmental performance in compliance with BREEAM's standards for a "Very Good" rating.

New direct route to Warsaw from Stockholm Arlanda with SAS

New direct route to Warsaw from Stockholm Arlanda with SAS

Press releases   •   Feb 03, 2020 11:07 CET

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is expanding at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and will launch non-stop service to the polish capital Warsaw. This new route increases the range of destinations with yet one more route to the growing market of Poland.

A third parallell runway

A third parallell runway

News   •   Jan 15, 2020 10:00 CET

Air transport creates essential conditions for Sweden’s competitiveness, growth and prosperity. It links Sweden to the rest of the world. Swedavia is the owner of Sweden’s national basic infrastructure of airports. In order for Arlanda to handle future travel volumes as well as the transition to fossil-free flights in Sweden by 2045, a third parallel runway needs to be in place by around 2035.

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for December and the full year 2019

Swedavia’s traffic statistics for December and the full year 2019

Press releases   •   Jan 10, 2020 08:30 CET

In 2019 more than 40 million passengers flew to or from Swedavia’s airports, representing a 4 per cent decrease compared to the 2018 all-time high record of more than 42 million passengers. The decrease was primarily in domestic travel, while international travel overall decreased to a lesser extent. International traffic increased at a number Swedavia’s airports, notably at Göteborg Landvetter.

Swedavia brings together different organisations in public tender for bio jet fuel

Swedavia brings together different organisations in public tender for bio jet fuel

Press releases   •   Dec 18, 2019 13:05 CET

Swedavia is one of the first airport operators in the world to invite organisations such as SOS Alarm, Systembolaget, and the 2030 Secretariat, whose goal is to achieve fossil-fuel independence in the Swedish transport sector, to purchase bio jet fuel as part of a public tender. The aim is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from business flights and promote large-scale production of bio jet fuel.