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Over 2,3 million passengers are choosing this airport for their international travels between 46 destinations in Europe and Stockholm. This makes Stockholm Skavsta a gateway to international business and markets.
Arlandastad Group AB acquires 90.1% in Stockholm Skavsta Flygplats AB and will develop 4.84 million square meters of land in partnership with Nyköping municipality. The zoning work for the first stage is already underway. The purchase price is SEK 117 million, of which SEK 29 million is paid in cash and the remainder by taking over debts. Closing will take place during April 2022. The acquisition concerns the company Airports Worldwide Sweden Holding AB, which is owned by French Vinci Airports.
The municipality of Nyköping, which still owns 9.9% of the company, is currently working on new zonal plans for the first stage, an area which comprises approximately 600,000 sq.m. of a total of 4.84 million sq.m.
The special inquiry officer to the Government presented his report on the decommissioning of Bromma on Aug 31th. In it he states that Bromma could be closed by 2025-2027 and that Stockholm Skavsta has a good capacity to act as a second airport in the Stockholm area, not least from 2035 when the Ostslinken is planned to be operational. He predicts the role of Skavsta to be smaller in the decommissioning process.
The Swedish Transport Administration has proposed making Stockholm Skavsta Airport a Permanent Emergency Airport in the first of two reports the Government has required from the national Agency. The proposal aims at 22 permanent Emergency Airports compared to the existing 10.
With the new destinations Sarajevo and Pristina a total of 27 destinations will be available this summer at Stockholm Skavsta.