Stockholm Skavsta Airport
|Stockholm Skavsta Airport
Stockholm Skavsta flygplats
|IATA: NYO – ICAO: ESKN|
|Operator||ADC & HAS|
|Elevation AMSL||140 ft / 43 m|
|Statistics (2009, 2010)|
Stockholm Skavsta Airport (Swedish: Stockholm Skavsta flygplats), or Nyköping Airport (IATA: NYO, ICAO: ESKN) is an international airport near Nyköping, Sweden, approximately 100 kilometres (62 mi) southwest of Stockholm. It is served by low-cost airlines and cargo operators and is the third largest airport in Sweden, with an ability to handle 2.5 million passengers annually.
The airport is located far outside the Stockholm Municipality and Stockholm County, but uses Stockholm for marketing purposes anyway.
An airbase during World War II, the airport was used as a military airport until 1980, when it was taken out of service.
In 1984, the city council of Nyköping, where the airport is located, decided to take over its control and resume its activities. Therefore, in 1998, the council put 90% of the capital of the airport up for sale with the objective of strengthening its commercial management and enabling investments for its expansion. They acquired this parcel of shares and began the transformation of Skavsta, which has become the second airport of Stockholm and the favoured option for inhabitants who live in the area south of the Swedish capital.
The airport has a capacity of 2.5 million passengers per annum and is designed for expansion in the future. It is owned by ADC & HAS the same company which owns Belfast International Airport, Orlando Sanford International Airport, Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport, Mariscal Sucre International Airport and Juan Santamaría International Airport.
Facilities available to passengers include: Exchange office, Cash machines (ATM), Lost property office, Post office. Baby changing facilities are present at WCs. Paid Internet access is available throughout the terminal.
Airlines and destinations
operated by Braathens Regional
|Ryanair||Alicante, Beauvais, Bergamo, Bremen, Copenhagen (begins 25 October 2015), Kraków, London–Stansted, Málaga, Malta, Rome–Ciampino, Warsaw-Modlin, Weeze
Seasonal: Alghero, Barcelona, Béziers, Biarritz, Brindisi, Chania, Charleroi, Gran Canaria, Marseille, Palma de Mallorca, Paphos, Pisa, Rhodes, Rijeka, Tenerife–South, Thessaloniki, Treviso, Zadar
|Wizz Air||Belgrade, Bucharest (begins 26 October 2015), Budapest, Gdańsk, Katowice, Lublin (begins 21 May 2015), Poznań, Skopje, Tuzla (begins 26 June 2015), Warsaw–Chopin, Wrocław (begins 15 September 2015)|
Car rental is available from rental companies Avis, Budget Rent A Car, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. Taxi must be prebooked and it takes about 80 minutes to city centre Stockholm, and costs around SEK 1.400. Both short- and long-term parking facilities are available. The terminal is reached by foot from all parking areas.
Coach and busses
Airport coaches of Flygbussarna depart hourly travelling directly between Stockholm Skavsta Airport and the City Terminal in Stockholm (approx. 90 min travel time). There are also airport buses to Södertälje, Linköping, Norrköping, and local stops south and in the southern parts of Stockholm. Local bus services are available to Nyköping city center.
Accidents and incidents
- On 9 October 1974, Douglas TP-79 79005 of the Svenska Flygvapnet crashed on approach to Nyköping Airport. All 27 people on board survived.
- 2010 Passagerarfrekvens
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- "WIZZ AIR: MAJOR EXPANSION AND 25% GROWTH IN POLAND IN 2015 - Further 2 based aircraft and 5 new routes". Wizz Air. 26 August 2014.
- "WIZZ AIR ANNOUNCES ITS 19TH BASE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA". Wizz Air. 6 November 2014.
- "To and from the airport". Stockholm Skavsta Airport. Retrieved 17 April 2011.
- "79005 Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Archived from the original on 17 April 2011. Retrieved 17 April 2011.
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