Stockholm Skavsta airport is the fifth largest airport in Sweden, after Stockholm Arlanda, Gothenburg Landvetter, Stockholm Bromma and Malmö Airport, and the third largest when it comes to international traffic. We offer an effective and efficient airport; the bright modern facilities are capable of dealing with large volumes of passengers.
Stockholm Skavsta Airport is located 100 km south of Stockholm – right next to the main E4-highway.
We are the pioneering airport of low fares in Scandinavia and an ideal base for tour operators and airlines alike. Ryanair has established their first Scandinavian base here in 2003 and Wizz Air started their operation in 2004.
The terminal building at Stockholm Skavsta is capable of handling 3 million passengers a year, and is designed for further expansion. The terminal provides retail shops, restaurants, currency exchange, rental cars and business lounge etc to our passengers and visitors.
Both long term and short term parking and the indoor parking together with drop-off zones are located close to the main terminal. Regular airport coach services operate to and from Stockholm, Linköping and Norrköping. A rail link (Ostlänken) is planned and will incorporate a station within the airport area.
Stockholm Skavsta provides a unique opportunity for expansion whilst considering the environment. The airport already has land reserves that could accommodate all future development without reaching the environmentally approved ceiling.
More than 40 companies operate within in our business park, offering great opportunities and expansion possibilities. The airport hotel, owned and runned by Connect Hotels, is situated just 100 m from the terminal building.
The airport is privately owned since 1998, when Nyköping Municipality sold 90% of the shares. Since October 2013, these share are ultimately held by OMERS Strategic Investments. OMERS is a pension fund for municipal employees from Ontario, Canada.
Welcome to Stockholm Skavsta Airport!