Stockholm Vasteras Airport

Stockholm Vasteras Airport

Vasteras Airport (VST) is situated close to the E18 motorway, about 5km east of Vasteras city centre, near the Hälla shopping complex. It is about 75 minutes by bus from Stockholm. Passengers are received by their airline in a modern and spacious airport which combines the benefits of a smaller airport with the advantages of close proximity and fast connections.


Stockholm Vasteras Airport is a small, attractive airport with all the advantages that come from being small – a peaceful atmosphere and everything close at hand. Usually there is no queue or a very short queue at the check-in desks and the security check and you face none of those long treks down endless corridors. In addition they are within one hour’s drive of Uppsala and just two hours from Falun, Kristinehamn, Borlange and Gavle.

With the support of their most important resource, the staff, the ambition is to offer passengers the best possible start and finish to their journey.
There are good communications for journeys to and from the airport. For those who choose to travel by car there is long-term and short-term parking at reasonable prices.

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Location

Stockholm Vasteras Airport
721 31 Vasteras
Sweden

Contact Info
Telephone: 
021-805600
Email: 
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Vasteras / Hasslo Weather info
No significant clouds

Location of this weather station:
1.9 km South

Reported on:
Sun, 2018-08-19 22:20


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