The airline hopes the routes will provide capacity for expected summer travel demand
British low-cost airline easyJet will launch services from Stockholm/Arlanda to Palma de Mallorca and Malaga, starting on July 20.
The flights to the Spanish Island, will be operated three times weekly on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, while those to Malaga will operate twice a week on a Tuesday and Saturday, with both routes being operated until late October.
William Vet, easyJet country manager, commented: “We know that our customers cannot wait to explore Europe, fly to the sun or reunite with friends and family, so we have added two new routes to Palma de Mallorca and Málaga to further enhance our offering from Stockholm.”
The new destinations add to easyJet’s existing network from the Swedish capital such as to Berlin, Geneva and Milan and will be joined by a new direct service from Goteborg Landvetter Airport, in the south of Sweden, to Palma de Mallorca.