To and from Stockholm

Stockholm is little more than a two-hour flight away from major European cities like London and Paris. With flight connections from all over the world, your participants will have an easy time of reaching the Capital of Scandinavia.

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Key destinations and flying times:

Copenhagen 1 h

Frankfurt 2 h

Amsterdam 2 h

London 2.5 h

Paris 2.5 h

Moscow 2.5 h

Istanbul 3.5 h

New York 7.5 h

Beijing 9.5 h

Bangkok 10 h

By air

Stockholm is situated at the heart of Scandinavia, and most of Europe is reachable within three hours. Stockholm-Arlanda Airport is a key hub for flights to major destinations in Europe as well as the rest of the world.

Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

  • The world’s leading sustainable airport.
  • Served by more than 70 international airlines.
  • More than 160 international destinations.
  • 20 minutes from the city centre with express train.
  • One of Stockholm’s four international airports.

For more information about Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, airlines, timetables, VIP Service etc, visit 

Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) has the largest number of non-stop flights from Stockholm to international destinations. SAS is a member of Star Alliance which cooperates with companies and organizations hosting their meetings or congresses in Stockholm. More information can be found here.

Stockholm-Bromma Airport

Stockholm-Bromma Airport is a small city-airport offering both scheduled (mainly domestic) and charter flights. It’s located conveniently close to central Stockholm (20 minutes by bus).  

Stockholm-Skavsta Airport

Stockholm Skavsta Airport is located in Nyköping, 100 km south west of central Stockholm. The airport is a hub for Ryanair and other low cost airlines and offers direct flights to several destinations in Europe (80 minutes by bus from central Stockholm).

Stockholm-Västerås Airport

Stockholm Västerås Airport is located in Västerås, 100 km north west of central Stockholm. The airport is served chiefly by the low-fare airline Ryanair.

By train or boat

High-speed trains or ferries are green travel alternatives for getting to and from Stockholm. The Öresund Bridge connects Sweden to Denmark and the rest of Europe, making the train journey faster.
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Stockholm is also a popular port for big cruise ships and can easily be reached from the other Baltic countries by large passenger and car ferries.
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