Notice: Since 24th January 2022 Air Gotland has suspended all operations and ceased trading.
Air Gotland was a virtual airline that was launched in 2020 in Sweden. A virtual airline means that commercial partners operate flights on behalf of the airlines, meaning that a flight with Air Gotland was operated by SprintAir. Upon the airline's launch, a single route was operated between Stockholm Broma and Visby using a single Saab 340. It was announced in 2021 that the airline was to merge with the dual Norwegian and Swedish virtual airline, Air Leap. The new company, part of the Olsen Group would become Air Leap Scandinavia but operate under the Air Gotland brand, whilst keeping its base in Gotland. However, since January 2022 Air Leap Scandinavia, including Air Gotland has suspended all operations. The company announced that due to ongoing struggles presented by the COVID-19 Pandemic as well as receiving little support from the public sector no longer made the business financially viable.
Air Gotland may no longer be operating services across Sweden and Scandinavia, however, there are numerous airlines which you could choose to fly with instead. For direct flights between Visby and Stockholm please visit our BRA Braathens Regional Airlines page.
Air Gotland currently does not operate any services as of 24th January 2022. However, the airline previously operated domestic routes to Stockholm and Visby. Flight times between Stockholm and Visby usually lasted for about 35 minutes.
Air Gotland allow all passengers 1 piece of cabin baggage as long as it doesn't weigh heavier than 8kg and not larger than 45cm x 35cm x 20cm. Please ensure that the carry-on baggage doesn't contain any prohibited items such as over 100ml liquid and spray, sharp objects and dangerous goods.
Passengers are entitled to one piece of 15kg checked baggage and a maximum dimension of 158cm for three dimensions.
Excess baggage can be purchased for passengers who wish to carry additional baggage on the airline's flight. This can be done at checkout when booking with Alternative Airlines. A guide on how to add a bag on to your booking is available on our website if you're unsure.
Despite having only one cabin class onboard, Air Gotland offers five types of fares for customers to choose from. These are "Kampanj", "Basic", "Flex", "Green" and "Plus". These fare classes offer a variety of benefits and a range of prices.
Fare Kampanj: The cheapest fare class available on Air Gotland and it offers the least flexibility out of the five fare classes. Only free seating and carry-on baggage are included in the ticket.
Fare Basic: Includes everything in Fare Kampanj and name change and rebooking is allowed with a fee.
Fare Flex: The fare include a hand luggage, checked baggage, free seating, free name change and rebooking and free cancellation. However, the flexibility offer is only available if passengers notified the airline 30 minutes before the flight departs.
Fare Green: Everything from Fare Flex included as well as ticket voidance
Fare Plus: The most expensive ticket in the five fare classes but it includes everything mentioned above as well as a full refund.
Online check-in is available via the airline website. Once online check-in is complete, passengers can print the boarding pass at home and you straight to the security check upon arrival at the airport. However, if passengers have luggage to check-in, checked baggage must be dropped off at the airport check-in counters.
Airport check-in counters open 60 minutes before and close 15 minutes before scheduled departure time. Passengers purchased 'Basic' tickets must check-in 30 minutes before departure. Passengers must present valid photographic identification at check-in to verify the traveller's identity.
Air Gotland isn't a part of any global airline alliances.
Frequent Flyer Programme isn't available for passengers.
As of September 2020, the airline is operating with a fleet of SAAB340, which has a capacity of 33 seats. It's a turboprop aircraft, which is perfect for short-distance regional operations.
Visby Airport (VBY) is in the north of Visby, Gotland, Sweden. The airport served around 450 thousand passengers every year with two runways, one runway and one grass runway. Since the airport opening in 1942, the airport mainly serves charter airlines to popular summer destinations like Grn Canaria, Rhodes and Tallinn. Other airlines that fly to the airport include Air Leap, BRA, Finnair, Norwegian and SAS Scandinavian Airlines.