Air Scandic ceased operation in 2018.
Air Scandic (previously NextJet) was a Swedish airline, operating a number of domestic routes within Sweden and international routes throughout Scandinavia from their base at Stockholm Arlanda airport. The airline had 15 aircraft, 330 employees and serves over 20 destinations in Scandinavia.
Air Scandic passengers were allowed to take on one item of carry-on baggage. The baggage must not exceed 5kg and wasn't allowed to be any larger than the maximum dimensions of 45 x 35 x 20cm.
Passengers flying Economy Class with Air Scandic were entitled to one item of checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kg.
Passengers flying Business Class with Air Scandic were entitled to one item of checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kg, plus an additional item of checked baggage of the same weight.
All Air Scandic passengers travelling with checked baggage needed to show an ID card. If Air Scandic passengers were travelling with only carry-on luggage, they could travel without an ID card.
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Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN) was the airport hub of Air Scandic and is the biggest international airport in Sweden. Stockholm Arlanda is used as a gateway by passengers who want to travel throughout Sweden and for the Swedish public who want to travel across the world.
Air Scandic flew to an extensive network of destinations within Scandinavia, including Kokkola, Mariehamn, Oulu, Turku, Trømso, Arvidsjaur, Gallivare, Goteborg, Hemavan, Jonkoping, Karlstad, Kramfors, Luleå, Stockholm, Sundsvall, Visby, Ornskoldsvik, Vilhelmina and many others.
Air Scandic had a fleet of BAe ATPs, Saab 340As, Saab 340Bs, Bombardier CRJ200s and ATR 42-300s. The airline also used two business jet aircraft to serve taxi and executive charter flights.
10th May 2018
After filing for bankruptcy on 17th May 2018, NextJet has been purchased by a Swedish company owned by Olsen Group and Danish Air Transport and will now rebrand as 'Air Sandic'. The airline shut down operations in mid-May but will relaunch and serve some of the routes that it used to fly under the NextJet name.
Air Scandic will initially operate flights from Stockholm Arlanda to Mariehamn. It will later fly other routes which are yet to be announced.