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About FlyNordic

FlyNordic was a low-cost airline based in Sweden that operated between 1996 and 2008. It primarily offered scheduled and charter services within Scandinavia and Europe. FlyNordic was founded in 1996 and quickly gained popularity for its cheap fares.

In 2000, the airline faced financial difficulties and had its operating licence revoked. It did relaunch shortly after as Nordic East, later being acquired by Finnair in 2003. Unfortunately, FlyNordic went bankrupt again in 2005. FlyNordic was revived a second time in 2005 by Nordic Airlink Holding, another Finnair subsidiary. The airline lasted 2 years until it was acquired by Norwegian Air Shuttle, making Norwegian the largest low-cost airline in Scandinavia at the time.

FlyNordic was fully integrated into Norwegian Air Shuttle in 2008, marking the end of FlyNordic as a separate brand and all of its routes and aircraft being absorbed by Norwegian.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

For flights within Scandinavia and flights to/from other parts of Europe, passengers were allowed to bring 1 piece of hand luggage weighing no more than 8kg and not exceeding the maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23cm.

Checked Baggage

For flights within Scandinavia, passengers could bring 1 piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 30kg.

For flights to/from other parts of Europe, passengers were permitted 1 piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 20kg.

Extra charges applied if passengers wanted to bring more than 1 piece of checked baggage each.

Check-In Information

FlyNordic did not have online check-in. Passengers would have to check-in at the airport.

Airport Check-In

FlyNordic's check-in counters would close 30 minutes before departure for domestic flights, 40 minutes before departure for flights to/from Copenhagen, and 1 hour before departure for all international flights.

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Destinations that FlyNordic flew to

FlyNordic operated flights to popular destinations including Spain, Canary Islands, Portugal, Greece, Egypt and Turkey, among others.

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Hub Airport

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is Sweden's largest airport and is the main gateway to the country by air. The airport has 4 runways and 4 terminals, serving over 25 million passengers annually.

From 1996, FlyNordic established itself at Arlanda Airport, offering low-cost scheduled and charter flights primarily within Scandinavia and Europe. Arlanda remained a key hub for FlyNordic throughout the years until 2008, when the airline was absorbed by Norwegian Air Shuttle and "rebranded" to Norwegian.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is currently a hub for SAS Scandinavian Airlines. It's also a key airport for Eurowings, Finnair, Norwegian Air Sweden and Ryanair.


Before ceasing operations, FlyNordic operated its flights within Scandinavia and Europe using the following aircraft:

  • 3 x McDonnell Douglas MD-82
  • 4 X McDonnell Douglas MD-83