Shops and restaurants
In 2016 almost 40 million passengers flew via Swedavia’s airports. Every passenger also spends a fair amount of time at the airport and has time to visit your shop, restaurant or café.
The commercial development of our airports is strong. A large number of new establishments have opened in the past few years – Starbucks, Victoria’s Secret, Superdry and Polo Ralph Lauren, just to name a few. Swedavia will continue to expand its offering of shops, restaurants and cafés.
Service and security for your company
At our airports, your company gets support in the form of security surveillance, building, IT, telephone, cleaning and property maintenance services. We also guarantee alarm and protection services.
Swedavia leases premises for shops and restaurants at the following airports: Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Göteborg Landvetter Airport, Bromma Stockholm Airport, Malmö Airport, Luleå Airport, Umeå Airport, Kiruna Airport, Åre Östersund Airport and Visby Airport.
Over the past few years, our range of shopping options for passengers has been expanded, with more brands and more shops. We want businesses to continue setting up operations at a fast pace, and we want passengers to experience our airports as a place where they encounter new shops and products as well as a broad range of shopping options.
Notice of interest to open a shop
Restaurants and cafés
Our aim is to offer more food and beverage options and to have as great a variety of preferences satisfied at our airports. So we are always interested in finding and developing new concepts.
Notice of interest to open a café or restaurant
We offer companies the option of opening temporary premises at one of Swedavia’s airports in order for them to enhance their brand, test the market or a new product, as part of a major launch, or for another reason. Please contact us so we can discuss what alternatives are available for your company.
Notice of interest to open a pop-up store
Contact us regarding shops and restaurants
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