Ryanair to open new base (No.74) at Gothenburg



Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (30 June) announced it will open a new base at Gothenburg (No. 74), from September with 1 based aircraft, (an investment of $100m), as well as extra flights to London, which will deliver 600,000 customers p.a., and support 600* “on-site” jobs at Gothenburg Airport.


From September, Ryanair will open a base in Gothenburg and deliver:

  •          1 based aircraft ($100m)
  •          13 routes in total
  •          Extra frequencies to/from London (from 2 to 3 x daily flights)
  •          600,000 customers p.a.
  •          600* “on site” jobs

Ryanair celebrated the launch of its new Gothenburg base by releasing seats for sale on its increased Gothenburg route to London Stansted at prices starting from 129 SEK for travel in September, which must be booked by Thursday (2 July).

In Gothenburg, Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:

“Ryanair is pleased to open a new Gothenburg base from September, our second base in Sweden, with one base aircraft and 13 routes, which will deliver 600,000 customers p.a. and support 600 jobs at Gothenburg Airport. Our Gothenburg – London route will also increase from 2 to 3 flights daily from September.  

Sweden is a significant growth market for Ryanair and as we announce our second Swedish base at Gothenburg, we will continue to connect Sweden with Europe’s major centres of business, such as London, Milan and Paris, making Ryanair the ideal choice for both business and leisure customers.

To celebrate our new Gothenburg base we are releasing seats for sale on our expanded Gothenburg service to London Stansted at prices starting from just 129 SEK for travel in September, which must be booked by Thursday (2 July). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

Extra Flights From Gothenburg to London

RouteFrequencyStart Date
Gothenburg – London STN2 to 3 x daily15th September

* ACI confirms up to 1,000 ‘on-site’ jobs per 1m passengers


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