SN Brussels Airlines and Sweden’s Malmö Aviation have announced a code share agreement on flights between the Belgian capital and the Swedish cities of Stockholm and Gothenburg. ’
The arrangement, effective starting November 1st, will expand flight options and make it easier for customers to schedule trips using multiple airlines. It also means that SN Brussels will move from Stockholm’s Arlanda airport to Stockholm Bromma city airport starting December 5th.
And higher prices on clothing helped push consumer prices up 0.7 percent in September compared to August and 0.6 percent compared to the same period last year.
Clothing prices leaped 16.8 percent from September 2003 to September 2004, but the upward trend was somewhat counteracted by lower car prices.
Sweden’s inflation rate remained stable.