SWEDEN Luftfartsverket (LFV)

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The LFV Group consist of the State enterprise (Luftfartsverket) and its subsidiaries and associated companies. LFV operates 16 airports and is responsible for air navigation services in Sweden.

The LFV Group is the first major Swedish company to have chosen to become climate neutral. This means that LFV can now offer services that are produced without having a negative affect on the climate. LFV works towards sustainable development of airports and air navigation services.

LFV shall also weigh in the social and economic impact with regard to the environment in order to make optimal use of the airports capacity.

On behalf of the Government, LFV shall contribute towards the achievement of the aviation policy’s initial targets which relate to a good environment and the national environmental quality goals.

As a part of this a strategy has been developed to increase the percentage of those travelling to and from the airport on public transport.

The LFV Group Objectives

LFV shall fulfil the financial objectives of its owner and at the same time, through financial stability, have the means to manage opposing market changes.

LFV shall provide its customers with airports that offer the best customer value in every category in Scandinavia.

LFV's net profit from commercial products shall increase continuously.

LFV's air navigation services will play an active role in international activities and develop competitiveness and cost efficiency aimed at reducing costs for the airlines.

LFV's environmental activities shall be based on sustainable business development and generate acceptance for its operations as well as credibility within its surroundings.

LFV will increase its efforts to become an attractive employer with a positive image.

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SWEDEN Luftfartsverket (LFV)
S-601 79 Norrköping

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