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Trains

You can choose between high-speed trains, long-distance trains and commuter trains when you travel to and from Stockholm Arlanda.

High-speed trains

The Arlanda Express runs non stop between Stockholm and Stockholm Arlanda in 20 minutes. The train departs from Stockholm's Central Station, where you also can buy tickets either at a staffed counter or at the self-service machines.

If you are travelling from Arlanda to Stockholm, you buy your tickets at the airport's information desks or in the Arlanda Express self-service machines located next to the escalators/lifts leading down. There are escalators/lifts down to the train from all terminals.

You can travel at no cost between terminals 2, 3, 4 and 5 with Arlanda Express – the trip takes only one minute.

Arlanda Express timetables are available on Arlanda Express website.

Commuter trains

SL’s commuter trains to Stockholm and Uppsala depart from Arlanda Central Station in SkyCity, the area between the terminals 4 and 5. Total travel time between Stockholm Arlanda and Stockholm Central Station is 38 minutes and between Stockholm Arlanda and Uppsala is 18 minutes.

You can purchase tickets at the normal SL and UL sales points and at Arlanda Central station.

SL website
UL website

Long-distance trains

Every day you can choose among 60 long-distance trains to and from Arlanda Central station in SkyCity eather with SJ or Tågkompaniet. You can buy train tickets on Tågkompaniet's website or at SJ sales points.

SJ website

Tågkompaniet website 

Station access fee

Train passengers who get on and off at Arlanda Central station pay an access fee of 120 SEKIf the fee is not included in your fare you can pay at the station counter in SkyCity.

The access fee is linked to the use of the station and the railway and how they were funded when they were built in the 1990s.