Arvidsjaur Flygplats AB

Arvidsjaur Flygplats AB

Arvidsjaur Airport, the distance the crow flies to Arvidsjaur center is 5 km, and by car 11 miles. The airport was established in 1990 and owned by Arvidsjaur Airport AB. Runway length is 2 500 m and its width is 45 m.

In 2003, Arvidsjaur Flygplats was frequented by more passengers than ever before.

More than 40 000 people chose to fly to or from Arvidsjaur during that year.

All the companies involved in the car testing industry fly to Arvidsjaur airport. Some fly here via scheduled flights to Arlanda but others use the charter flights to and from Germany which are now in operation.
At Arvidsjaur airport they also take good care of their disabled customers.

With the help of renovations and new buildings, they have made it easier for people with functional disabilities to use and enjoy their attractive airport.

The airport restaurant has a wide selection of meals. It also caters for the flying school pupils.

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Arvidsjaur Flygplats AB Flygplatsen
Arvidsjaur SE-933 91

Contact Info
+46 (0)960 - 173 80
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Lulea / Kallax Weather info
Clear sky

Location of this weather station:
118.7 km East

Reported on:
Fri, 2018-10-19 20:50

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