NextJet ceased operations in 2018 and is no longer flying. Please take a look at the alternative airlines above that operate similar flights to NextJet.
NextJet was a Swedish regional airline that operated flights between 2002 and 2018. The airline was headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. It primarily offered domestic flights from its main hub at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. NextJet also operated routes for other airlines such as Sverigeflyg and Air Aland.
NextJet was founded in 2002 by Magnus Ivarsson. It started operations with a single Saab 340A in its fleet. Between 2003 and 2010, the airline went through a rapid expansion, adding new routes and more aircraft (BAe ATPs and Saab 340Bs). By 2010, NextJet was the largest regional airline in Sweden, serving over 20 domestic destinations. Unfortunately, in 2012, NextJet started to experience financial difficulties due to competition and economic downturn. The airline suffered for 3 years but attempted to improve its service by introducing the Embraer CRJ200 into its fleet.
In 2017, NextJet lost its operating licence due to financial concerns. It received a temporary licence after financial restructuring later that year but ultimately suspended operations in 2018 and filed for bankruptcy following a suspected sabotage incident. Next officially ceased operations in October 2018 and sold all of its assets.
NextJet passengers were allowed to bring one piece of carry-on baggage weighing no more than 8kg and not exceeding dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23 cm. For Business class passengers, there was an allowance of two pieces of carry-on baggage with the same weight and size restrictions as a standard fare.
Economy Light ticket: No free checked baggage
Economy Standard ticket: One piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 20 kg.
Economy Flex or Business tickets: Two pieces of checked baggage, each weighing no more than 23 kg.
NextJet offered online check-in that would open 24 hours before departure.
For passengers who couldn't check in online, airport check-in was available. NextJet check-in desks typically opened 1-2 hours before departure and closed 30-45 minutes before takeoff.
Economy Class was the standard class available on all NextJet flights. Economy Class was split into 3 fare types:
Light: This was the most affordable option for NextJet passengers and included one carry-on baggage with no checked bags.
Standard: This included one checked bag (20kg) and one carry-on bag.
Flex: This ticket offered greater flexibility with ticket changes and cancellations, including two checked bags and two carry-on bags.
Business Class with NextJet included wider leather seats with more legroom, dedicated check-in and boarding, priority baggage handling, complimentary onboard snacks and beverages, access to in-flight newspapers and magazines and other benefits.
The in-flight entertainment options available depended on the type of aircraft being used.
The Saab 340A/B was not equipped with any individual in-flight entertainment systems. Some flights may have offered overhead screens displaying movies or TV shows for all passengers.
The BAEe ATP also didn't have any individual in-flight entertainment systems although overhead screens may have been available.
The Embraer CRJ200 was equipped with individual in-flight entertainment systems, allowing passengers to access a selection of movies, TV shows and music.
Food and drink may have been provided on NextJet flights depending on the duration of the flight and the route.
On short flights (under 1 hour), there was no complimentary food or drink service. Snacks and drinks were available to purchase through the in-flight menu.
On longer flights (over 1 hour), some complimentary snacks and drinks were offered. This could include water, juice, coffee, tea, cookies and pretzels.
Business Class passengers could enjoy a more substantial snack or light meal, as well as complimentary alcoholic beverages.
NextJet primarily operated domestic flights to various cities in Sweden including Gothenburg, Lulea, Stockholm, Sundsvall, Visby and Hemavan. It also operated flights to select cities in Finland and Norway.
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Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is the largest airport in Sweden and the third-largest in Scandinavia. It is a major international gateway to Sweden and a significant hub airport for Scandinavian Airlines as well as a focus city for Norwegian, Eurowings and Finnair, among others. The airport has four passenger terminals (T1, T2, T3 and T5), all connected by an underground train system called Arlanda Express.
The airport serves over 50 airlines with flights to over 150 destinations worldwide, including major European cities, North America, Asia and the Middle East.
Before ceasing operations, NextJet's fleet consisted of the following aircraft: