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    Owns, operates and develops airports.

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    Passenger record in 2015

    During 2015, Swedavia’s airports had 37.6 million passengers.

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    Focus on sustainable development

    All airports are environmentally certified at the highest level of the Airport Carbon Accreditation.

Airports with a focus on sustainable development

Swedavia owns, operates and develops a network of Swedish airports. Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Göteborg Landvetter Airport have the most passengers. The company was formed in 2010 and is wholly owned by the Swedish State. During 2015, 37.6 million passengers flew to and from Swedavia's airports.

Swedavia’s airports facilitate travel in Sweden and are a gateway to and from Sweden. They are also
modern places for meetings and commerce, offering a variety of products, services and concepts.


Swedavia works in an international market that is subject to competition. The company’s role is to create the access Sweden needs to facilitate travel, business and meetings – in Sweden, elsewhere in Europe and around the world. Our customers are passengers, airlines and tenants that lease retail, office or hotel space in Swedavia’s properties. Sweden competes with other airports in its work to attract investments by airlines.

  • Safety, security, a focus on customers and sustainable development are the basis of everything Swedavia does, both in its own operations and in society in general. 
  • Operations are run along solid business principles, and the company shall build a business that is sustainable over the long term through development, planning and operational efficiency. 
  • Satisfied employees and a good workplace are crucial to Swedavia’s operations. 
  • At the same time, the company shall continually reduce its carbon footprint and help reduce the environmental impact of the entire air travel industry. All of Swedavia’s airports are environmentally certified at the highest level of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme.
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Together we bring the world closer

Swedavia’s task is to own, operate and develop airports Together, the airports build a network that links Sweden’s regions together, while also serving as a bridge to and from the world beyond. Swedavia owns all the airports except Ronneby Airport and Luleå Airport, where Swedavia is responsible for commercial air traffic.


Swedavia’s vision is “Together we bring the world closer”. That means Swedavia shall help to make the transport of passengers and cargo – regionally but also to and from Sweden – as accessible, efficient and attractive as possible.

Swedavia's ten airports

Kiruna Airport
Luleå Airport
Umeå Airport
Åre Östersund Airport
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Bromma Stockholm Airport
Göteborg Landvetter Airport
Visby Airport
Ronneby Airport
Malmö Airport


Swedavia acquired all outstanding shares in the company Göteborg City Airport AB, which operates Säve Airport, on January 13, 2015.

Performance in 2015

  • During the year, Swedavia’s airports had 37.6 million (35.7) passengers, which is a 5.4 per cent increase
  • Net revenue increased to SEK 5,416 M (5,384)
  • Operating profit increased to SEK 1,755 M (1,405), and profit for the year increased to SEK 1,410 M (926)
  • In June, Swedavia sold a portfolio of properties to a newly formed joint venture that it co-owns with Alecta. The consolidated capital was SEK 820 M