VXO Smaland Airport

VXO Smaland Airport

Smaland Airport is an airport in southeastern Sweden, in the southern part of the province of Småland. The airport is located about ten kilometres northwest of the town centre of Vaxjo.

Kronoberg County Council has a 55-per-cent shareholding in Smaland Airport, while the Municipality of Växjö has a 42-per-cent stake and the Municipality of Alvesta has a three-per-cent stake. The airport is managed as a municipal limited company. The goal of its owners is to provide a good infrastructure for air travel in the region at low cost. This is a goal that has been achieved both financially and commercially. Smaland Airport AB is in excellent financial health.

The airport plays an important part in the growth of the region. Global trade requires rapid links with the rest of the world. For many companies the airport was an essential factor for their presence in the region. Scheduled flights to Stockholm give residents of the county quick access to Europe and the world beyond. All residents of the county benefit from the airport. Because of its central location in the region, the majority of charter flights to the Mediterranean have attracted many satisfied charter passengers over the years.

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VXO Smaland Airport 355 93 Vaxjo

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0470-75 85 00
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