Swedavia to open another terminal at Stockholm Arlanda to handle increased travel – new measures to manage queuing situation
Swedavia is now improving the capacity at Stockholm Arlanda in time for summer by opening another terminal. On June 15, Terminal 4 will once again be placed in service. Meanwhile major recruitment efforts are under way, along with operational measures, to improve the queuing situation at the airport. Despite gradually better conditions, Swedavia anticipates that the challenge of long queues at tim
Something for all the senses – Eatery now open at Arlanda
Grab ’n go or take a seat and eat while enjoying the best view at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The restaurant Eatery in Terminal 5 now is open.
SAS to introduce non-stop service to London this winter from Luleå Airport
Starting December 9, 2022, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will offer non-stop service between Luleå and London. Direct flights to and from Heathrow will operate weekly on Monday and Friday until March 13, 2023.
Malmö Airport celebrates 50 years
On December 1 this year, Malmö Airport will celebrate its 50th anniversary, which will be commemorated with different activities at the airport and in Swedavia’s media channels during the year. In celebrating the airport as an international meeting place and transport hub for half a century, the spotlight will be on the important role Malmö Airport plays and the progress that has been made.
Swedavia’s traffic statistics for April 2022
The recovery in air travel accelerated in April, and with more than 2.2 million passengers April is the single biggest travel month since the pandemic started in February 2020. Strong demand, the launch of new operations by airlines and investments in new routes in time for summer are driving the recovery, which is now proceeding at a rapid pace. Swedavia continues to adjust the scale of its airpo
Amapola to expand service at Stockholm Arlanda with a new route to the Finnish city of Kokkola during the summer
The Swedish carrier Amapola is expanding its route network to Finland and will offer direct service from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Kokkola, on the coast of the Gulf of Bothnia, during the peak summer season.
Swedavia’s Q1 2022 interim report: Continued improvement in earnings thanks to recovery
The recovery in air travel continued during the first quarter of 2022. Four million passengers flew to or from Swedavia’s airports during the first three months of the year, which is four times more than during the same period last year. This led to a doubling of net revenue and significantly better underlying operating income.
Swedavia’s passengers and employees donate nearly 1.4 million kronor to the Swedish Red Cross
Swedavia’s passengers and employees across Sweden have collected nearly 1.4 million Swedish kronor for the Swedish Red Cross’s humanitarian work. In a handover ceremony on Friday at Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Swedavia’s president and CEO, Jonas Abrahamsson, presented the check to the Swedish Red Cross.
High travel pressure during the Easter break – arrive at the airport well in advance and have your travel documents in order as much as possible
Many people will fly via our airports for the Easter holidays, which means there will be a lot of travel pressure and longer wait times than usual periodically. Arrive at the airport well in advance and have your travel documents in order as much as possible.
Long waiting times at the security checkpoints in Terminal 5 at Stockholm Arlanda – arrive well in advance at the airport!
Prior to and during the Easter holiday, many people will fly via our airports. We invite all passengers to arrive well in advance and stay up to date about the situation through their airline and via Swedavia’s website and app.
Swedavia’s traffic statistics for March 2022
The recovery in air travel accelerated in March, driven by the easing of restrictions, the launch of new airline operations and a sharp expansion in the range of routes available as a result of the airlines’ summer traffic programmes, which began at the end of the month.
Croatia Airlines returns to Stockholm Arlanda – will launch new direct route to Split this summer
Croatia Airlines meets the pent-up demand for travels and is returning to Stockholm Arlanda Airport after a pause in operations. It will provide direct service to the popular holiday destination of Split during the summer season.