Direktflyg (Svenska Direktflyg AB) is a Swedish airline, which operates scheduled services from its main hub in the capital of Sweden, Stokholm. It is a regional airline focusing on domestic flights.
The airline was founded in 2000 and commenced operations in October the same year.
The aim of Direktflyg is to bring together Skyway Holding's regional carriers, Air Express, Highland Air and Airborne, into one consolidated operation.
In January 2015, Direktflyg ceased most of its scheduled operations, and started concentrating on the route between Östersund and Umeå. Some of the former services have been transferred to AIS Airlines and rebranded accordingly. AIS Airlines had already served as a major codeshare operator for Direktflyg.
From 2016 all flights are operated by AIS Airlines.
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AIS Airlines (now operating Direktflyg flights) allows each passenger one piece of carry-on baggage weighing no more than 6kg. Carry-on baggage must not exceed dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 23cm.
The free baggage allowance for AIS Airlines passengers, which now operates Direktflyg flights, is 15kg. If your baggage exceeds the allowance you will be charged €15 per kilo of excess baggage.
Online check-in is not available for Direktflyg flights, currently run by AIS airlines.
Direktflyg flights are now operated by AIS Airlines. AIS airlines recommend leaving lots of time before check-in to avoid delays. Airport check-in opens 60 minutes prior to flight departure and closes 30 minutes prior.
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The airlines’ fleet is composed of: Jetstream 32, operated by AIS Airlines.
The airline operates a fleet of Jetstream 32 aircraft, which have a maximum capacity of 19 passengers. As the airline operates only short-haul flights, on-board facilities are limited. There is no catering service, but the airports offer a range of meal and snack options which are available to purchase before flying.