Nextjet

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NextJet
Nextjet logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
2N[1] NTJ NEXTJET
Founded 2002
Hubs Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
Mariehamn Airport
Fleet size 17
Destinations 20
Headquarters Frösundavik, Stockholm, Sweden
Key people Magnus Ivarsson (CEO)
Website Nextjet.se

NextJet is the largest regional airline in Sweden. The company is based in Frösundavik in Solna Municipality,[2] just north of Stockholm.

Overview[edit]

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.

One of the airline's investors is former member of ABBA, Björn Ulvaeus. It also operates taxi and executive charter flights with two business jet aircraft.

Destinations[edit]

A NextJet BAe ATP at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport in winter 2009.

NextJet serves the following destinations (as of January 2016) [1]:

Fleet[edit]

A Saab 340 of NextJet landing at Åre Östersund Airport

The NextJet fleet includes the following aircraft (as of March 2017):[3]

NextJet fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
BAe ATP 4 0 68
Saab 340A 5 0 33-36 SE-LEP 'Swedish Skiteam' logojet
Saab 340B 6[4] 0 33-36
Bombardier CRJ200 1 0 50
Total 18 0

A Fokker 50 has been acquired, on a short term wet-lease basis from Denim Air, to operate Stockholm/Arlanda - Hemavan services.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IATA - Airline and Airport Code Search". iata.org. Retrieved 11 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Contact Us." NextJet. Retrieved on 23 May 2012. "FRÖSUNDAVIKS ALLÉ 15, 169 70 SOLNA "
  3. ^ "Directory: World Airlines Part 3 (2009)". Flight International: 29–90. 2009-04-14. 
  4. ^ AFQR 2015
  5. ^ "NextJet", Airliner World: 7, February 2013 

External links[edit]

Media related to Nextjet at Wikimedia Commons