Nextjet and Fly Lapland starts today traffic to and from Arvidsjaur and Gällivare from the airport with jet aircraft. Traffic consists of two daily departures Monday to Friday and one flight on Sundays.
The last eight years have Nextjet trafficked both destinations and would yesterday have stopped traffic then another actor chosen to enter the lines. Late current week chose the second player to cancel his bet. On short notice, now go Nextjet, together with the local initiative Fly Lapland, in and take responsibility for the region’s infrastructure, starting this afternoon. Traffic will consist of two daily flights Monday-Friday and one flight on Sundays. The great news is that as of today will be the jet traffic and travel time is shortened to two hours for Gällivare – Arlanda and an hour and ten minutes to Arvidsjaur – Stockholm Arlanda.
– I am both proud and pleased that we are having very short notice to go in and secure it to the regions
so important infrastructures. We have a long history on the lines and they are and will remain an important part of our network. That we can also offer a jet-product with shorter travel times feels great, says Magnus Ivarsson, President Nextjet.
Nextjet has a long experience of fly lines and then past a well-functioning concept in place including both customer service, business guests and modern booking system as a marketing and sales organization. Together with Fly Lapland local presence and knowledge are the new cooperation between the Parties as a guarantor for a long-term and stable air traffic for the two regions.
– Fly Lapland is an initiative in which the business community in Gällivare, Arvidsjaur and Arjeplog take greater responsibility for air links to Stockholm Arlanda Airport. We are happy that we got into a traffic Nextjet controlled by the region’s needs and wishes of the timetable, jet traffic and prices says Kjell-Åke Johansson, CEO Expandum AB.
– Through the Next Jets cooperation agreements with other airlines made possible a traveling even beyond Arlanda in a simple and secure manner. Nextjet currently collaborating with SAS, Finnair, Qatar, Estonian Air, KLM, Air France and Widerøe says Sören Roos.
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