On 29 February, 2020, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will start flying non-stop once a week to Seville from Stockholm Arlanda Airport.
It will be SAS’s sixth destination in Spain, to which more than 2.2 million passengers fly each year from Stockholm Arlanda. SAS is the only airline that offers non-stop service on this route.
“We are really pleased that we can offer our passengers another new direct route to Spain, a popular country, and this time to Seville, in which we see growing interest.
“Spain is the largest international market from Stockholm Arlanda, with passenger volume up almost 70 per cent over the past five years,” said Elizabeth Axtelius, aviation business director at Swedavia.
The new route will operate during the period 29 February – 16 May, 2020, using an Airbus A320 neo with seating for 180 passengers. So far this year, SAS has launched seven new routes from Swedavia’s airports.