A smoother start to your journey
Will you be flying soon from Göteborg Landvetter? We've collected some of our best tips here for a smoother start to your journey.
7 quick tips – follow our checklist
- Check your passport – read more about passports here.
- How big can your hand baggage be? Check with your airline.
- Check in at home – save your boarding card on your mobile or print it out when you get to the airport
- If you're taking your car – pre-book your parking here to get a guaranteed spaced
- Get real-time updates about your flight via Messenger.
- Download Swedavia's app – you can save your flight here and quickly see if there are any changes. App Store or Google Play
- Arrive well in advance – see what your airline recommend
Do you know Swea?
Say hello to Swea, our digital airport assistant, who provides you with real-time flight updates, information about shopping, restaurants and services. Swea also answers questions about your stay at the airport.
Frequently asked questions
You can see waiting times at the airport’s security checkpoints online and in Swedavia’s app before you travel to the airport. You can also see them on screens by the security checkpoint.
Special baggage is, for example, children’s strollers or pushchairs, golf bags, skis or bicycles but can also be backpacks with loose straps and bags that are either too big or too small.
Contact your airline or charter operator for exact measurements and rules.
When you’re using a self-service machine when checking in, your baggage tag is printed and you have to attach it yourself.
Remove and save the baggage receipt. Then attatch the baggage tag in a shape of a drop to the bag handle with the bar code facing outward.
At Göteborg Landvetter you find a play area after the security checkpoint near gate 19A-B and also a play area at the baggage claim area.