Parking for people with reduced mobility
At Stockholm Arlanda Airport, there are a number of parking places for those of you with reduced mobility – both in the multi-storey car parks and at the short-term parking.
Choose from the following parking facilities:
- Terminal 2, P22 multi-storey parking structure
- Terminal 4, P41 multi-storey parking structure
- Terminal 5, P51 multi-storey parking structure
- Terminal 5, P53 multi-storey parking structure
- Arlanda Beta long-term parking facility (bus transfer to and from the terminal area)
The price list for Arlanda Beta long-term parking facility applies to all parking facilities.
How to park:
1. Take a ticket at the entrance gate.
2. Choose any space or choose a space marked for parking for people with reduced mobility.
3. Take the ticket and your parking permit for registration at the Parking customer services in Terminal 5, in Arlanda Centralstation in SkyCity or at one of the information desks in Terminals 2, 4 or 5.*
4. Before exiting, pay at the exit gate, at the Parking customer services in Terminal 5 or at any self-service payment machine. You can only pay by credit/debit card, not in cash.
Please note that your permit does not need to be placed in the vehicle once it has been registered. The permit may be taken with you on your trip.
*The reason why you need to take along the ticket and your parking permit for registration is that the ticket will be programmed so that you get the reduced price (the ticket is used upon exiting).
Information desk opening hours
Terminal 5 Arrivals - Parking customer service
Monday, thursday 6am – 8 pm
Tuesday, wednesday, friday 6am - 6pm
Saturday, sunday 7am - 1pm
Terminal 5 Arrivals - Arlanda Visitor Center
Daily 6.30am - 11.45pm
Terminal 2 - Information desk
Daily 7.30am - 12.30am
Terminal 4 Information desk
SkyCity Arlanda Central station
Monday-Friday 5.30am - 12 midnight
Saturday-Sunday 6am-12 midnight
If you park outside of regular hours, you should press the button at the entrance and register the date you return home. After that, you can stamp your ticket when you return home at one of the information desks.
The hourly parking areas have designated parking spaces for those of you with reduced mobility. Free parking for a maximum of three hours. Your permit must always be visible in the front windscreen.
If you do not have a parking permit, you can apply for one in the municipality where you are registered as a resident.