Am I going crazy or is there really no flight from Sweden to Copenhagen via EasyJet and RyanAir? What is the next best/affordable option?
I agree, Norwegian Air has couple flights daily, also SAS is pretty cheap, and not too bad as long as it's a short flight..( they charge for Coke?)
They run 3 flights daily to Copenhagen.
Coming from Stockholm, the train can be a worthwhile trip if you're not pressed for time. Only about $125
Check Norwegian Air, which has a ton of low cost flights around Europe, especially Scandinavia.
SAS have some good deals around Scandinavia, especially if you book in advance. As mentioned before, the train is also worth looking into. You can get some good deals in advance on http://www.sj.se/start/startpage/index.form?l=en, and usually the trains are comfortable, quick, and on time! Takes about 5 hours from Stockholm.
Copenhagen airport is not served by Ryanair at all and Easyjet does not have route to Sweden from copenhagen, but don't worry.
As previously mentioned Norwegian has lot's of budget flights around Scandinavia and SAS can have some good deals too, especially if you qualify for a youth or a student ticket.
And don't rule out train either.
Swedish trains are very comfortable and the highspeed trains have excellent services such as free wifi and seats that are twice the size of those on airplanes and if booked in advance then trains in Sweden can be suprisingly cheap.
Change from one company to another if you travelled with them quite often. Sometimes just the fact to have another magazine for ur duty free makes it easier to endure the flight...