Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

Stockholm-Arlanda is Sweden’s largest airport and an important hub for both the Stockholm region and Scandinavia − primarily thanks to aviation, with 167 destinations around the world, but also due to its good ground transport services to and from other parts of the Stockholm region.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport plays a significant role in the economic success of Sweden in general and the Stockholm region in particular. The airport generates new jobs, is important to tourism, the business community, exports and exchanges of culture and knowledge.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport stands for efficient transport services − primarily by air, but also through good ground transport services to and from the airport. Efficient transport facilitates the exchange of ideas, goods and services – a prerequisite for economic growth and prosperity in Sweden and the region.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is located in the heart of Scandinavia. Internationally, the airport is a hub for traffic to and from Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea area. In this area, Stockholm-Arlanda currently has the strongest route network − with a total of 167 different destinations, nationally and internationally.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport works in various fields to minimise the adverse environmental impact of its operations. Reduced carbon dioxide emissions are one of the areas the airport is focusing on − over the past four years LFV has more than halved its net carbon dioxide emissions, and by 2012 its own emissions at Stockholm-Arlanda will be zero.

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Stockholm-Arlanda Airport LFV
Stockholm-Arlanda 190 45

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+46 8 797 60 00
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