Police increases presence at strategic and public locations Passport or national ID required when travelling to France

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Police increases presence at strategic and public locations

Updated 11/20/2015 at. 4:07 PM
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Passport or national ID required when travelling to France

Updated 11/17/2015 at. 11:41 AM
As of November 16th passengers travelling to France will need to verify their identity with a passport or national ID prior to departure. We therefore urge passengers to bring a valid passport and/or national ID.

Buses to and from Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Buses that take you to and from Stockholm Arlanda Airport.

Buses to and from Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Air Shuttle - Stockholm Arlanda

With Air Shuttle, you travel from the City Terminal Bus Station in the Stockholm city centre to the airport in 35 minutes, with departures every 20 minutes. There are bus stops at Terminals  2, 4 and 5. Free Wi-Fi is available, and each seat on the bus is equipped with an electrical outlet to charge mobile phones and laptops. 

Tickets Air Shuttle

  • Automated machines in the terminals
  • On Air Shuttle’s website (new window)
  • On the bus from the driver
  • Pressbyrån outlets and 7-Eleven shops
  • All information counters at Stockholm Arlanda Airport 

Flygbussarna – Stockholm, Liljeholmen, Bromma 

Flygbussarna Airport Coaches sets high environmental standards, and all the buses operating to and from Stockholm Arlanda run on RME biofuel, which is produced from rapeseed. In addition  to using fossil-free fuel, Flygbussarna works to make the trip greener through its Smart Driving programme to save fuel. Free Wi-Fi is available on all buses.

Stockholm city centre

Flygbussarna buses between Stockholm Arlanda and the Stockholm city centre run every ten minutes during most of the day. The route has bus stops along the motorway and at St Eriksplan.   

Liljeholmen via Karolinska, Fridhemsplan and Hornstull

Flygbussarna buses to and from Liljeholmen run every 20 minutes during most of the day and stop at Hornstull, Fridhemsplan and Karolinska Hospital, then driving straight to Stockholm Arlanda.   

Bromma Airport via Kista and Sundbyberg

Flygbussarna’s new service between Bromma Airport and Stockholm Arlanda Airport has departures every 20 minutes or less. The route connects Stockholm Arlanda and Bromma Airport, with stops in Kista and Sundbyberg.   

Tickets Flygbussarna

Airport coaches - Uppsala

The public transport company Upplands Lokaltrafik (UL) runs the airport coach route 801 between Uppsala and Arlanda. Buses depart twice an hour between 3 a.m. and 12 midnight.

Tickets Airport Coaches

  • Arlanda Visitor Centre in Terminal 5 or at other information desks in Terminals 2 and 4
  • Self-service ticket machines are available at the stops at Terminals 2, 4 and 5
  • Sms ticket
  • Only payment by card accepted on board the coach

Upplands Lokaltrafik website (new window) 

Stockholm and Uppsala night buses

SL (Stockholm Transport) operates night bus 592 between Arlanda and central Stockholm and night bus 593 between Uppsala and central Stockholm via Knivsta station and Arlanda. For timetables and more information, visit SL's website.
SL website (new window)

Nettbuss Bus4You Västerås

Nettbuss Bus4You runs non-stop between Västerås and Stockholm Arlanda. There is free WiFi and an electrical outlet at every seat.You can purchase tickets on Nettbuss’ website, using their app for iPhone or Android, at Swedavia’s information desks, at travel agents and in automated ticket machines in Terminal 2 (after the security checkpoint), Terminal 4 (before the security checkpoint) and Terminal 5 (both before and after the checkpoint).

All trips with Nettbuss Bus4You are environmentally certified. The buses to Stockholm Arlanda run on 100% RME (bio-based fuel), and drivers are trained in eco-friendly driving tactics. Nettbuss is also certified in compliance with ISO 3901:2012 traffic standards.

Nettbuss’ website (new window)

Swebus airport service

Swebus’ route 866 serves the route Stockholm Arlanda–Enköping–Västerås–Örebro with service every hour for large parts of the day.

Route 830 serves the route Uppsala–Norrköping–Linköping–Jönköping–Gothenburg via Stockholm Arlanda about four times a day in both directions.

Route 832 serves the route Uppsala–Norrköping–Linköping–Jönköping–Malmö via Stockholm Arlanda once a day in both directions.

Route 835 serves the route Kalmar–Västervik–Norrköping–Uppsala via Stockholm Arlanda twice a day; only northbound service available.

Swebus stops at all terminals at Stockholm Arlanda.

Tickets Swebus airport service

  • Ticket machines at all terminals (only route 866)
  • Arlanda Visitor Center in Terminal 5 or at the information desks in Terminal 2 and Terminal 4
  • Only payment by credit/debit card on board the bus
  • E-tickets and SMS (text message) tickets available on Swebus’ website

In addition to single tickets, you can purchase a 10-ride card and a monthly card.

Swebus’ website (new window)

Other destinations - SL, UL, Swebus and Y-buss

There are also buses to and from Märsta, Rotebro, Östra Steninge, Enköping, Knutby, Knivsta, Umeå, Karlstad, Sundsvall, Hudiksvall and Söderhamn – look up your trip in the travel planner.