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Stockholm Arlanda International Airport



Swedavia Arlanda Airport,
190 45 Stockholm-Arlanda
+46 (0)10 109 10 00

E-mail: info@arlandaairport.se
Stockholm-Arlanda International Airport is 23 miles north of Stockholm and 25 miles southeast of Uppsala.
It is the largest airport in Sweden (and third largest in Scandinavia) handling 25 million passengers in 2015. There is the second airport, of size, in the area (Stockholm-Bromma) but that is only suitable for smaller aircraft, only a small number of international flights operate from here.
92 Airlines operate from Stockholm Arlanda Airport, providing non-stop flights to 175 destination.Stockholm Arlanda is a significant hub for Norwegian and Scandinavian Airlines.
Opened to civilian traffic in 1962, it was not until the 1970's that the airport started to expand rapidly; with Scandinavian flying 747 jumbos to New York, and charters to the Canary Islands.A third runway was opened in 2003. Domestic flights operate from Terminals 3 & 4 and International flights from Terminals 2 and 5. A new pier has been added to Terminal 5 to accommodate larger aircraft. A new central building connects both.
Significant increases in passenger traffic are expected, especially because of the presence of Norwegian Airlines at the airport (Norwegian has expanded enormously both in Europe and as a significant new force in transatlantic aviation). The state of the art airport is ready to handle the Airbus A380 (currently the largest airliner in the world).
All the Terminals, and 'SKY City,' (a Mall) have shopping areas, as well as bar and restaurant facilities.Stores at the airport include Atelier Fashion, Capi Electronics, a Duty-Free store, Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Samsonite, Victoria's Secret, Swarovski Glass and a 7 Eleven.
NOTE: SKYCITY is at the center of the airport, T4 AND T5 to the East, and T2 and T3 to the West.
There are 50 restaurants and cafes including Beijing and Indochine Far Eastern restaurants, a Gastropub, Itamae Sushi, O'Learys Irish Pub, Starbucks and Trattorio Milano. Vegetarians are very well catered for. Upper Crust serves delicious veggie baguettes (Terminal 5).
There are hotels at the airport, and in 2012, a new 400 room Clarion Hotel Arlanda opened. There are also two Radisson Blu hotels; one at the road entrance, the other in SkyCity.The JUMBO Hostel at the airport entrance is a renovated 747.
Services at the airport include Pharmacies, Left Luggage, Forex Bank, Cash Machines, DHL, Police, a Post Office, Wireless Internet, Baby Changing, Medical facilities, and even a dry cleaners. For the children, there are play areas.
Fun Fact: There is a 'Dog Hotel' near the airport.
Car Rental is available throughout the airport.

Lounges include SAS Business, Scandinavian, Menzies Aurora and Stockholm Arlanda.
Terminals 4 and 5 and Sky City are connected to Stockholm Central Station by high-speed trains. The Arlanda Express departs every 10-15 minutes, with a journey time of 20 minutes.
Buses: There is a regular bus connection to Stockholm Central Station and the City Centre. Arlanda airport buses depart every 10-15 minutes taking 35-45 minutes to the City Terminal, located next to the  Train Station. (Flygbussarna Airport Coaches)
Taxi fares in Sweden are not regulated, so try to use a reliable firm and always check the prices on display in the cab window.
By Road
The E4 motorway connects the airport with Stockholm, Uppsala, and Northern Sweden. There is plenty of parking at the airport, but the long-stay requires a shuttle bus journey which departs every 8-15 minutes.
Top European Destinations include Copenhagen, London, Oslo, and Helsinki.
Top Transcontinental Destinations include New York, Bangkok, Dubai, Doha, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Airlines using Stockholm Airport include Air Berlin, Air Serbia, Air France, British Airways, Austrian, Croatian, Emirates, Finnair, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Scandinavian, Turkish and United.
New Routes include flights to Zagreb. Cheap flights to Stockholm are now a reality.
Germans, Spanish, British, Finns, Norwegians, and Danes are the biggest passenger groups.