Ryanair's base at Skavsta Airport will be temporarily closed from the summer season 2020, which starts on March 29. Then half of the 30 airlines that Ryanair operates today will disappear, according to Skavsta.

Ryanair will continue to operate Skavsta Airport with aircraft based elsewhere.

- Some of the lines that disappear have had one or two departures a week. You have to keep in mind, for example, that London remains that goes 1-2 times a day, says Lena Josefsson, marketing manager at the airport.

Passengers get information

Passengers who have booked flights that have been canceled have received, or will receive, information directly from the airline.

The remaining lines are the lines to and from Malaga, Alicante, Milan Bergamo, Edinburgh, Gdansk, Krakow, Naples, Poznan, Prague, Pisa, Thessaloniki, London Stansted, Warsaw Modlin and Zadar.

Wizz Air's flights to and from Vienna, Budapest, Tuzla, Skopje, Gdansk, Katowice, Warsaw Chopin, Wroclaw, Bucharest and Belgrade will continue as usual, as will Laudamotion's routes to Vienna and Dusseldorf.