|Headquarters||Frösundavik, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Key people||Magnus Ivarsson (CEO)|
NextJet serve most of their domestic destinations from Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. As of summer 2010 they also serve a lot of domestic destinations from Stockholm-Bromma Airport on behalf of Sverigeflyg. As of summer 2010 they also serve Stockholm-Arlanda Airport and Helsinki-Vantaa Airport from Mariehamn Airport on the behalf of Air Åland. Many of the domestic routes operated by NextJet are subsidised by the Swedish government. Its IATA airline designator, 2N, is shared with the Ukrainian Південмашавіа / Yuzhmashair.
NextJet serves the following destinations (as of January 2016) :
- Arvidsjaur (Arvidsjaur Airport)
- Gällivare (Gällivare Airport)
- Gothenburg (Göteborg Landvetter Airport)
- Hemavan (Hemavan Airport)
- Jönköping (Jönköping Airport)
- Karlstad (Karlstad Airport)
- Kramfors (Kramfors Airport)
- Linköping (Linköping SAAB Airport)
- Luleå (Luleå Airport)
- Lycksele (Lycksele Airport)
- Stockholm (Stockholm-Arlanda Airport) Hub
- Sundsvall (Sundsvall-Timrå Airport)
- Vilhelmina (Vilhelmina Airport)
- Visby (Visby Airport)
- Västerås (Stockholm Västerås Airport)
- Örnsköldsvik (Örnsköldsvik Airport)
The NextJet fleet includes the following aircraft (as of March 2017):
|Saab 340A||5||0||33-36||SE-LEP 'Swedish Skiteam' logojet|
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- "Directory: World Airlines Part 3 (2009)". Flight International: 29–90. 2009-04-14.
- AFQR 2015
- "NextJet", Airliner World: 7, February 2013
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