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Are you flying from Stockholm Arlanda August 24-25? Please allow a little extra time!

Important announcements from Stockholm Arlanda Airport

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Are you flying from Stockholm Arlanda August 24-25? Please allow a little extra time!

Updated 8/23/2016 at. 6:53 PM
The Stockholm visit by the Vice President of the United States may affect other travel at the airport. There are no official times specified, but this will probably involve the late afternoon/evening of Wednesday and the afternoon of Thursday. The presence of Air Force Two is expected to have very little impact on other air traffic at Stockholm Arlanda. But there will be temporary stops in road traffic – on Route 273, at the entrance to the airport and on Highway E4 between the airport and Stockholm – in conjunction with the vice president’s arrival and departure. This means you should allow a little extra time if you are planning to travel on those days. The temporary stops in road traffic will also affect bus traffic within the airport; between longterm parkings, car rental center, hotels and the terminals.

Travelling with animals

In general, small pets are allowed to be taken onboard the flight. Contact the airline with which you are travelling.

Airlines set their own rules for taking animals on flights. In general, small pets such as dogs and cats can accompany passengers into the aircraft, provided they are inside an animal travelling cage or case. Normally this cage must not exceed the maximum dimensions and weight permitted for hand baggage.  

Contact your airline to find out which rules apply to your flight.

The number of animals on board may be limited

Remember that airlines usually charge an extra fee for allowing an animal to travel inside the aircraft. Inform the airline at the time of booking that you will be bringing an animal on board - the number of animals permitted on board is often limited. Larger animals can sometimes be transported as air cargo in compliance with special regulations. Contact your airline to find out what rules and charges apply.