|Top route||Sveg to Stockholm Arlanda|
|Top airport||Stockholm Arlanda|
Pros: Ok crew and good enough planes. I was on a short flight, so I didn’t mind. Just know what you are getting, budget airlines with little or no service.
Cons: too many to list
Pros: I couldn't believe that there were only 13 passengers on our flight, on a regular-sized plane! In all my years of flying, that was a first. The biggest problem was that I was not on the flight manifest when I checked in, but after about a half hour that got resolved. Obviously there was space for me on the flight! Even though it was a late-night flight (10:15-12:15), we got served dinner at 11:00 pm. Not great food, but more than I expected for that time of day.
Tallin to Stockholm
Pros: The flight was delayed, but they explained why (a computer problem) and what they did to correct the problem (swapped in a working computer). The plane was small (19 seats, I think). We were greeted by a friendly (and funny) crew member who welcomed us aboard, explained the safety features, offered us some candy (the only food available -- very short flight), and then sat down in the cockpit (turns out he was the copilot). Everything was very simple and enjoyable. (I rated the "food" and "entertainment" with five stars. Other than candy, there was no food available, and the only entertainment was the cockpit. But there was no way to indicate "does not apply.")
Cons: No complaints at all.
FlexFlight is a Danish charter airline that operates out of a hub in Roskilde. It additionally services a range of other carriers via codeshare agreements and ticketing systems. The network of available flights is predominantly centered around Europe, but routes are also available in Asia, East Africa, and the Middle East. All amenities, such as baggage allowance, cabin classes, meals onboard, lounge access and entertainment, are dictated by the affiliated airlines.
Among the partnered carriers within the European region are Airwing, Danish Air Transport, Evelop Airlines, AlbaStar, Direktflyg, and AIS Airlines. The majority of these are based in Scandinavia, meaning most flights are scheduled in the northern section of Europe. Countries with the largest number of destinations include Sweden, Finland, German, Norway, and Italy. Germany is particularly accessible with more than five separate locations offered across different airlines.
Asian companies Ruili Airlines, JC International Airlines, and Lanmei Airlines provide a connection of hubs and services throughout Cambodia and China. FlexFlight is associated with Karinou Airlines, Djibouti Airlines, and Airlink, which spread wide across Africa and deliver an additional scope of routes. FlyErbil’s hub in Iraq operates as a central location for a network of services, including those that reach the Middle East and Lebanon.
The airline also manages a sub-hosting platform that allows customers to book connecting flights with carriers that are not affiliated. This dramatically improves the prospect of passengers getting to their preferred destination with minimized wait times. Through this system, FlexFlight is able to sell round-the-world tickets and multi-leg journeys to isolated locations.