Air Sweden ceased operations in 2011. Please click on the logos below to find out other airlines that operate a similar route to Air Sweden.
Air Sweden was a Swedish airline that offered scheduled and charter passenger flights. The airline was based at several airports within Sweden but used Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (ARN) as its main hub. Air Sweden launched in 2009, stopped flying in 2012 and re-launched in 2021. With the re-launch, the airline flew to several destinations across Europe, as well as to destinations in the Middle East and Africa. The airline offered flights on its own schedule but also flies on behalf of tour operators and other airlines.
Air Sweden was a rebrand from an old Swedish airline, Nordic Airlink/Nordic Airways. Nordic Airlink/Nordic Airways was a charter airline that flew from 2001–2009 under the 'Nordic Leisure' brand and flew for various tour operators and airlines, including SAS, Germanwings and others. In 2009, the airline rebranded as Air Sweden and upgraded its fleet to offer charter flights both long-haul and short-haul. The airline stopped flying in 2012 due to lack of demand.
The airline was a full-service carrier, which meant extras such as in-flight entertainment and complimentary food and drink were included in its service.
At this time, it's unknown what the baggage allowance for Air Sweden is at this time. However, it's expected that free carry-on baggage and checked baggage would be included in the price of each ticket.
The airline offered Economy Class flights only on its short-haul flights and Economy Class and Business Class on its long-haul flights.
In Economy Class short-haul, seats were set out in a 3 x 3 formation. There are 180 seats in the cabin.
In Economy Class long-haul, seats were set out in a 2 x 4 x 2 formation.
In Business Class long-haul, seats were set out in a 2 x 2 formation.
Flights on long-haul had 256 seats when combining all seats in Economy Class and Business Class.
In-flight entertainment was included on both short-haul and long-haul flights. The airline had an in-flight entertainment system installed on all flights, although, the entertainment changed slightly depending on the flight.
On short-haul flights, there were shared TV screens that dropped down from the ceiling of the plane. Passengers were each given a pair of earphones that, when plugged into the connector on their seat, gave them the audio of whatever movie or TV show is being shown on the screen.
On long-haul flights, in both Economy Class and Business Class, passengers had their own personal screen which was fitted onto the seat-back of each seat with an in-flight entertainment system. The in-flight entertainment system gave passengers a choice of movies, TV shows, games, music and more.
On short-haul flights, passengers were given complimentary snacks and drinks in-flight, with the option to pre-order a meal where available.
On long-haul flights, passengers were given a complimentary meal and drinks, as well as complimentary snacks available to order.
Business Class passengers were treated to a Business Class meal on flights. Business Class meals were carefully selected and crafted and were only available to order from the exclusive Business Class menu.
There was no frequent flyer program for Air Sweden.
Air Sweden wasn't a member of any airline alliance.
There's no online check-in for this airline.
Passengers had to check-in at the airport for their flight. To check-in, passengers had to have all their travel documents (e-ticket, passport etc) ready to show the airline staff at the check-in desk.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) is an international airport in Stockholm, Sweden and the hub airport for Air Sweden. The airline launched with Stockholm Arlanda as its hub when it launched in as Nordic Airways/Airlink in 2001. It briefly changed hubs after but returned to the airport in 2012. The airport has four terminals, three runways and can handle over 20 million passengers each year.