The low-cost company Vueling complements the line offer between Sweden and France and launches two new direct lines from Stockholm Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter to Paris starting in November.

Vueling, which is part of the International Airlines Group (IAG), which includes British Airways and Iberia, is expanding its presence at Stockholm Arlanda and Gothenburg Landvetter with flights from both airports to Orly Airport in Paris. On November 3, Vueling will start flying Stockholm-Paris, which will be flown on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays with the Airbus A321. On 5 November, they will start flying Gothenburg-Paris, which will depart on Mondays and Fridays also with the Airbus A321.

From Stockholm Arlanda, you can currently fly to Paris-Charles de Gaulle and from October 21 also to Paris Orly. From Gothenburg Landvetter, you can currently fly directly to Paris-Charles de Gaulle, and the new route to Paris Orly now offers western Swedish travelers a low-cost alternative.

The Orly Airport, which is often used by low-cost airlines, is located in the south of Paris, about two miles away from central Paris. Paris is one of the Swedes’ absolute favorite destinations and traffic has had a stable growth for several years before the pandemic from both Stockholm and Gothenburg, Swedavia states.


Credit: Simon Ericson & Flyg24Nyheter
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