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Facts about the airport

Göteborg Landvetter Airport was inaugurated on October 3, 1977 and is Sweden's second largest airport. Construction started on the airport, which replaced Torslanda airport, in 1972 and during the last three decades has been rebuilt and extended on many occasions.

Western Sweden’s international airport 
6,2 million passengers 2015
The airport is owned and run by Swedavia
75 per cent international flights
About 100 routes altogether  (incl. charter)
A total of 4,000 people work at the airport
Western Sweden’s largest workplace excluding towns/cities
About 20 airlines offering scheduled flights
About 10 charter airlines offering flights

Passengers in 2015
Total: 6,2 million
International 4,8 million
Domestic 1,4 million

Aircraft activity in 2015 (take-offs and landings)
Total: approx. 65,000

About 20 scheduled and approx. 10 charter

Number of destinations
About 100 destinations, of which 60 scheduled and the rest charter – the number varies depending on the season

Top 10 destinations 2015

  1. Stockholm
  2. London
  3. Frankfurt
  4. Amsterdam
  5. Köpenhamn
  6. Helsingfors
  7. München
  8. Bryssel
  9. Paris
  10. Oslo

Number of terminals
One passenger terminal
Twenty gates
About forty aircraft parking spaces

Cargo terminals
One hangar divided in two

One runway

Conference facilities
Six conference rooms accommodating 4-70 people
Conference space totalling 245 square metres

One hotel
4,000 airport-based employees
8,000 parking spaces