|Airport type||Public (City of Jönköping)|
|Operator||Jönköping Airport AB|
|Elevation AMSL||741 FT ft / 226 m|
The airport was founded and opened in 1961 and was nationally owned until December 2009. It has been owned by the city of Jönköping since then.
It has lost many passengers, and was considered to be too small for a national airport. In 2008 it had 76,611 passengers, compared with 252,241 in 1998. The connection with Copenhagen has been closed and reopened a few times. Many drive to their destination or a competing airport. The driving distance to the Göteborg Landvetter Airport is 140 km, to Stockholm 320 km and to Copenhagen 330 km.
Airlines and destinations
All flights are seasonal charter flights.
|Aegean Airlines||Seasonal charter: Chania|
|Air Europa||Seasonal charter: Palma de Mallorca|
|BRA Braathens Regional Airlines||Seasonal charter: Split|
|Corendon Airlines||Seasonal charter: Antalya|
|Freebird Airlines||Seasonal charter: Antalya (begins 17 August 2019)|
|Jet Time||Seasonal charter: Gran Canaria, Tenerife–South|
|Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia||Seasonal charter: Rhodes|
|ASL Airlines Belgium||Brussels, Helsinki|
|West Air Sweden||Oslo–Gardermoen|
Länstrafiken buses depart in connection to some flights.
In the arrival terminal there is a telephone direct connected to the local taxi company.
There is parking at the airport, short-term and long-term parking lots.
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