PRESS RELEASE Göteborg, 2 April 2009 Attn: News manager, economic editor, travel editor City Airline establishes non-stop route between Göteborg and Visby this summer The Göteborg-based City Airline, which operates direct flights from Göteborg’s Landvetter airport to 12 cities in Europe, announces an attractive direct summer route between Göteborg and Visby. The route opens on 11 June and City Airline will fly to Visby on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays until August. City Airline has flown the attractive route Göteborg-Visby for several years during the summer, and will do so again this year. City Airline’s jet aircraft will fly the route, and the journey time is less than an hour. “There is considerable interest in the route from both families with children and other holiday-makers who have Visby and Gotland as their destination. Gotland is a marvellous place for a holiday during the summer, and we are expecting heavy demand this year, now that the trend is that Swedish tourists are Contact Louise Arvidsson, telephone +46 739 608003 for tending to take their holidays in Sweden”, press photographs for publication. says Jimmie Bergqvist, managing director at City Airline. City Airline has targeted the market for leisure travel during the last year. A route to Nice has been opened this spring, and the flights are already heavily booked for the coming period. The opening of the route to Visby is an important part of the City Airline’s continued endeavour to become a major player in the market for leisure travel. “We have focussed intensely for many years on direct flights from Göteborg, and flown business travellers to destinations both in Sweden and Europe. We shall continue to develop these routes, and we will convince those who live in Göteborg to travel with us also when they are going on holiday. Our strengths are that we fly directly to our destinations from Göteborg, and that we do it using our flexible jet aircraft”, continues Jimmie Bergqvist. For more information: Jimmie Bergqvist, Managing Director at City Airline, tel. +46 31 600381 or mobile: +46 706 062940. Contact Louise Arvidsson, telephone +46 739 608003, for press photographs for publication. www.cityairline.com City Airline currently flies both business travellers and leisure travellers from Göteborg, Landvetter, to Manchester, Birmingham, Sundsvall, Lyon, Prague, Nice, Zürich. Helsinki, Tallinn and Luleå, and to seasonal destinations Åre/Östersund and Visby. The company's aim is to supply through controlled growth the market in western Sweden with direct flights from Göteborg's Landvetter airport. City Airline was founded in 2000 and is owned by Investment AB Janus, with head offices in Göteborg. The company owns a fleet of five modern jet aircraft.