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Unfortunately, Skyways Express AB has ceased operations.

Skyways Express ceased operations in 2012 and is no longer flying. Please take a look at the airlines listed above that operate similar routes to Skyways Express.

About Skyways Express

The airline was founded in 1987 and was formerly known as Avia. In 2011, Skyways merged with City Airline, as Skyways. It also bought the Danish airline Cimber Sterling and developed the aim of becoming Scandinavia's largest regional airline. On 22nd May 2012, Skyways Express AB and City Airline AB filed for bankruptcy; Cimber Sterling had filed for bankruptcy earlier that month.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

Skyways Express most likely allowed one piece of carry-on baggage and one personal item per passenger.

Size restrictions for carry-on bags are typically specified in terms of linear dimensions (length + width + height) and are usually around 45 linear inches (115 cm) or less. Weight limits for carry-on bags can vary but are commonly around 15 to 22 pounds (7 to 10 kg).

In addition to carry-on bags, passengers are often allowed to bring a personal item, such as a purse, laptop bag, or small backpack. The personal item should fit under the seat in front of you.

Checked Baggage

Skyways Express may have allowed 1 piece of checked baggage per passenger as part of the fare.

Checked baggage allowances depend on the airline, class of service, and sometimes the fare type. The number of checked bags allowed may range from one to multiple bags. Weight limits per checked bag are commonly in the range of 50 to 70 pounds (23 to 32 kg). Size restrictions for checked bags are often expressed in terms of linear dimensions.

Check-In Information

There is no solid information about Skyways Express' check-in information, however, there are generic rules that can be followed.

Online Check-In

Airlines usually allow passengers to check in online within a specific time frame before the scheduled departure. This window can vary but is typically open 24 hours to a few hours before the flight. Passengers can log in to the airline's website or use a mobile app to check in. They need to enter their booking reference or ticket number and follow the on-screen instructions.

Airport Check-In

Passengers can check in at the airline's check-in counters at the airport. This is a traditional method where airline staff assists in the process. Many airports provide self-service kiosks where passengers can check in by entering their booking information and following the prompts on the screen.

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Destinations that Skyways Express flew to

Skyways Express operated domestic flights in Sweden, serving cities such as Stockholm, Halmstad and Goteborg, as well as other cities in Europe such as Copenhagen, Lyon and Birmingham.

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Hub Airport

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, situated north of Stockholm, is Sweden's largest and busiest international airport. It is a vital gateway for both domestic and international travellers. The airport has 4 terminals - Terminals 2, 4, 5 and SkyCity.

The airport primarily focuses on international connectivity, linking Stockholm to various destinations across the globe.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport was the hub for Skyways Express AB until it ceased operations. It is now the hub for Eurowings, Finnair, Norwegian Air Sweden and Ryanair.


Before ceasing operations, the airline operated a fleet of the following aircraft:

  • 12 x Fokker 50
  • 11 x Embraer 145