Stockholm Arlanda Airport – Stockholm's international airport. Arlanda is Sweden's largest airport and is an important hub for both the Stockholm region and Scandinavia. Largely due to flights to 181 destinations throughout the world, but also due to the good ground transportation to and from other parts of the Stockholm region.
Ban on the taking of images/photography
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is a restricted property. At this restricted property, which includes terminals and all areas within the airport perimeter fence as well as areas adjacent to these, there is a ban on the taking of images imposed by the Stockholm County Board.
Swedavia has decided to exempt, until further notice, all areas from the ban on depictions except those where security screening is carried out.
If necessary, for instance where there is an incident that threatens security, this exemption may be revoked with very short notice. In that case, the ban on the taking of images applies throughout the airport or in specific areas. When the ban is revoked, information about this will be posted in the area in question and on this website.
Photography and filming (commercial production)
For commercial production, including advertising photography or film recording, refer to Arlanda Visitor Service.
2016-10-13, kl. 10:11
After three quarters, more than 30 million passengers have flown to or from one of Swedavia’s airports. The number of passengers who have flown to or from Swedavia’s airports between January and September this year was 29,746,000. Both international (+6%) and domestic (+4) passenger volume is up; 19,688,000 passengers flew internationally and 10,058,000 flew domestically.
2016-06-14, kl. 08:05
2016-06-08, kl. 11:50
The Romanian carrier Blue Air is now launching non-stop service to the weekend destination of Bucharest from Stockholm. There will be two weekly departures for leisure and business travellers flying to the Romanian capital. The air link is a result of the increasing demand in flights to Bucharest as a weekend destination.
2016-05-03, kl. 08:00
The restaurateur and businessman Pontus Frithiof’s new restaurant, Pontus in the Air, is now opening in Terminal 5 at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Along with the high quality of food and beverages and fast service, passengers will be able to place an order on their way to the airport via an app and then quickly and conveniently pick up the food to take on board their flight.
2016-02-29, kl. 10:21
The Swedish airport operator Swedavia and Capital Airports Holding Company (CAH), the largest airport operator in China, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on the Establishment of A Sister Airport Relationship in Beijing on 24th February 2016. The MOU establishes a collaboration between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and the biggest airport in Asia, Beijing Capital International Airport.
2015-08-19, kl. 15:15
Today SAS announced one more long distance service from Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Beginning on March 14, SAS will start flying non-stop between Stockholm and Los Angeles. The announcement means that Stockholm Arlanda Airport has received thirteen new intercontinental routes since 2013.
2015-05-29, kl. 19:36
Stockholm Arlanda Airport has been selected, as one of ten airports in the world, by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (US CBP) to introduce so-called US preclearance. The announcement means that concrete discussions between Sweden and US CBP will begin in order to ease connections between Sweden and the United States.
2015-03-13, kl. 13:09
Ms. Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Galaga – people visiting Sweden can now play some of the most celebrated and cult-declared arcade games while at the same time make use of their left-over travel coins, as they get donated to the Swedish Red Cross.
2015-02-18, kl. 10:49
Now all travelers in Terminal 5 at Stockholm Arlanda Airport can enjoy an art experience inspired by the Swedish winter and the Baroque period. Alexia Sinclair, the Australian photographer behind this series of photos, gives life to the interiors in Skokloster Castle through her photo exhibition "A Frozen Tale."
2014-12-18, kl. 13:01
SAS announced today they will start flying non-stop between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Hong Kong. The direct route between the two destinations will offer more possibilities for travelers to and from Asia.