Air Sweden

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Not to be confused with Air Sweden (1991).
Air Sweden Aviation AB
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2009, 2012
Ceased operations 2012, 2013
Operating bases Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
Subsidiaries JE Time Sweden
Fleet size 0
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden

Air Sweden was an airline based in Stockholm, Sweden, which operated charter flights out of Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, and worldwide aircraft lease services. The company was founded as the successor of Nordic Airways and received its airline license in December 2009. The airline suspended all operation in September 2011.[1]


Air Sweden fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
Piper PA-31 Navajo 1 0 - Operated by JE Time Sweden
Total 1 0



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