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Ryanair with more routes from Oslo. Irish-owned airline to provide two daily flights to Sweden. Michael O’Leary’s airline continues to add more routes to its network. In a challenge to both Norwegian and SAS, the carrier is to offer twice daily flights to Stockholm.Large network Ryanair already flies from Torp to 20 European destinations and from Moss Rygge to eight. The new route will fly to Skavsta, 100 kilometres to the south of Stockholm, making it possible to take advantage of the other 36 destinations that the airline serves from there. Pleased

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Ryanair with more routes from Oslo

Published on Wednesday, 5th August, 2009 at 21:15 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Irish-owned airline to provide two daily flights to Sweden.

A Ryanair Boeing 737-800
A Ryanair Boeing 737-800
Photo: Adrian Pingstone/Wikimedia Commons


Michael O’Leary’s airline continues to add more routes to its network. In a challenge to both Norwegian and SAS, the carrier is to offer twice daily flights to Stockholm.

Large network

Ryanair already flies from Torp to 20 European destinations and from Moss Rygge to eight. The new route will fly to Skavsta, 100 kilometres to the south of Stockholm, making it possible to take advantage of the other 36 destinations that the airline serves from there.

Pleased

The move has been welcomed by Rygge’s head of marketing.

“We are really looking forward to their continued commitment,” Silje Thoresen tells Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad (sa.no).

The paper says that Ryanair has received an unbelievably good response since it started flying from the airport.

The new route will fly from Rygge at 08:25 and 19:05, with the journey time estimated to be one hour. Departures from Skavstad will be at 07:00 and 17:40 respectively.

The service is to start on 25 October.



Published on Wednesday, 5th August, 2009 at 21:15 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: ryanair, oslo, airport, stockholm, torp, rygge, skavsta, norway, sweden, routes.





  
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