Swe Fly heads south

“Thousands of British travellers are likely to have lost cash following the collapse of a Scandinavian low-cost airline. Swe Fly, based near Stockholm in Sweden, has stopped flying. Three months ago, it launched flights from Luton and Leeds-Bradford to the Swedish airport of Skavsta, with connections to Lahore in Pakistan. More than 300 passengers who were waiting in Lahore for a flight have had to find alternative routes home.”
Link: Independent Online Edition

One Reply to “Swe Fly heads south”

  1. The interesting thing is that it’ s the same price if we take the connecting flight a week later, so another idea is to find a Gold Crown in New York and chill for a week, enjoying the city, shopping, eating, clubbing– then go Paradisus 5* for a week only!

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