Wednesday, 02 October 2013
Norwegian Airline Company, Norwegian has applied to start a new airline
company from the Norwegian Civil Aviation authority. The Company will
primarily invest in new markets in Europe.
Saturday, 17 August 2013
The technical problems which caused
disruptions in air traffic at Stockholm Arlanda Airport are now
resolved and the system is running normally, Svedavia that runs the
airport writes on its website.
Monday, 24 June 2013
Finnair feels that there are potentials if it merges with SAS, according to Finnair CEO Pekka Vauramo.
Wednesday, 12 June 2013
Sweden hardly complain about EU proposal but this time regional
airports authorities here feel that an EU rule on subsidies to them is
a blow below the belt. If the proposal Brussels is talking about goes
on and implemented, then Sweden fears that over 30 of its regional
airports risks closure.
Monday, 27 May 2013
The Norwegian budget airliner, Norwegian has been tipped to become the biggest Nordic airliner, surpassing SAS with 5 years.
Thursday, 18 April 2013
claims that it can compete better against low-cost carriers on several
destinations, according to Swedish Flight Price Index.
Friday, 08 March 2013
Airlines SAS, reports loss before tax of Skr823 million for the period
November 2012 - January 2013. That compares with a loss of Skr2.686
million the same period a year earlier.
Monday, 25 February 2013
The idea than
there could be the possibility of a tunnel to link Germany and Sweden
is raising eyebrows in Swedes and construction giant Skanska feels that
it is something that it could be interested in doing.
Monday, 07 January 2013
Airway System, SAS, has got into a muddle with low cost carrier,
Ryanair accusing it of cheating in reporting it true passenger
weighting. This means that if it turns to be true, Ryanair risk a heavy
Friday, 14 December 2012
Norwegian has been criticized for wanting to operate the new long-haul
routes with foreign personnel. But without workers living abroad they
can not be profitable, Norwegian manager Bjørn Kjos, believes.
Thursday, 06 December 2012
challenger to trouble Scandinavian airliner, SAS, has seen its traffic
increased in November as SAS struggle to pull itself from the doldrums.
Wednesday, 24 October 2012
Scandinavian airliner, SAS has a new austerity package to enforce, a
strategy described by Scandinavian media sources as a strategy to make
its employees to resign, a cheaper alternative that laying them off.
Ryanair want to
save more on fuel costs but it looks like it is the factor behind the
recent reported forced and emergency landings of Ryanair planes, which
was reported recently.
Air Finland has all flights to remain on the ground, as the
airline and package tour operator has ends all operations and filed for
As SAS decides
to cut down international routes and limits long hauls, Norwegian. Its
Nordic rival which wants to expand into that section just got the green
light and sees this as a blessing from SAS.
Sunday, 27 May
roads are so bad that professional drivers' health are threatened, a
new report in which vibrations are measured on a total of 370 mile road
way in several countries, including in northern part of Sweden has been
have been carried out.
Tuesday, 22 May
regional airline Skyways Express, and its subsidiaries City Airline,
have suspended payments, as well as forced to cancel all flights with
immediate effect. The reason is that the companies could have sought
bankruptcy protection during the Tuesday morning.
Monday, 21 May
(RYA.I), Europe's biggest budget airline, warned high fuel costs and a
worsening economic outlook in Europe meant profit would slip by up to
20 percent in the coming year, the first fall in four years reports
The airline SAS
reported a loss before tax of Skr1.132 million for the first quarter of
2012. This compares with a loss of Skr558 million the same period in
Danish airline Cimber Sterling announced on Thursday that the Board has
decided to put the company into bankruptcy. "Sad for all the worthless
tickets," said the airline's CEO in a press release.
ailing airline Cimber Sterling has continued its difficult times in
continued operations despite the company’s persistent fall profits. In
the third quarter the company had a loss before tax of almost Dkr100
million. This means that equity is negative with Dkr82.5 million.
Swedish travellers prefer to use the Danish international airport at
Copenhagen to travel abroad more than using their own local airport at
attendants are resisting further wage cuts after a recent scandal over
big bonuses for the company's executives. The company's pilots will
also look again at whether to continue savings talks.
Most of the
Swedes' old car inspection companies are now being sold to large
Wednesday, 22 February 2012
German carrier, Lufthansa's traffic to the Scandinavia and the Baltic
countries last year rose by a fifth signalling that Norwegian, the
Norwegian budget airliner, might not be the only challenger to SAS.
The boss of the Norwegian airliner,
Norwegian places his growth strategy on mass bankruptcy from competitors
Friday, 17 February 2012
The Norwegian airline, Norwegian Air Shuttle reported a profit before
tax of minus Nkr188 million for the fourth quarter. Besides that the
boss, Bjorn Kjos feels buoyant about the future for the company
especially counting on mass bankruptcy of competitors.
Who said the grass was greener the
other side? Even the Swedes dissatisfied with public transport
A well organised Sweden is seeing that organising the transport sector
is not just the UK that is worse in. Sweden has also caught up with the
wave of dissatisfied people who use the transport system.
Wednesday, 08 February 2012
airline SAS reported a loss before tax of Skr2.077 million in the
fourth quarter of 2011. This compares with a loss of Skr463 million the
same period the year before.
Monday, 06 February 2012
new fast commuter train, the SJ3000 was this morning exposed to
the elements and tested for what it was designed for. It is the high
speed SJ3000 which made a maiden drive departing from Sundsvall this
morning via Gävle to Stockholm.