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SAS airplane
Scandinavian Airlines, more commonly known as SAS, flies to several destinations in Sweden.
Photo credit: SAS

Stockholm airports

There are four airports with international traffic to and from Stockholm. The main airport, used by most airline carriers, is Stockholm Arlanda, located 40 km north of the city.
  • Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN)
  • Bromma Airport (BMA)
  • Västerås Airport (VST) 
  • Skavsta Airport (NYO)

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Located some 40 kilometers north of Stockholm, Arlanda (ARN) is Swedens largest airport. It serves more than 20 million travelers yearly and has four terminals. 

Getting from Arlanda Airport to Stockholm

Bromma Airport (BMA)

Bromma Airport is Sweden's third largest airport. It's located just 9 km to the west of the city center of Stockholm. The airport is mainly used for domestic flights, and you can fly to many Swedish cities, such as Gothenburg, Halmstad, Kalmar, Malmö, Ronneby, Sundsvall, Trollhättan, Umeå, Visby, Växjö, Ängelholm and Östersund.

Getting to and from Bromma Airport

Archipelago
Stockholm archipelago. Photo: Henrik Trygg/imagebank.sweden.se

Airports in Västerås (VST) and Skavsta (NYO)

Västerås and Skavsta are two other airports, both located about 100 km from Stockholm. Flygbussarna Airport Coaches operates both airports.  

Västerås airport - facts and transportation

Skavsta airport - facts and transportation