Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (IATA: ARN) is an airport in Sigtuna in Uppland, about 42 km north of Stockholm. It is Sweden’s largest airport and the third largest in Scandinavia (after Copenhagen Kastrup and Oslo Gardermoen).
The airport has 4 terminals and a total of 64 gates. Terminals 2 and 5 are for international traffic. Terminals 3 and 4 for national. The airport building, Arlanda north, was built in 2003. It connects terminal F with terminal 5. All international flights of SAS and other Star Alliance users go via terminal F. An Arlanda-south building, which was to connect terminals 2, 3 and 4, is planned but never built. Sky City is located between terminals 4 and 5, where there are mainly shops and the station. The Arlanda Express connects the two stations at the airport with Stockholm. The airport has a capacity of 25 million passengers per year.
The airlines that fly to and / or from Arlanda are:
Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Arabia, Air Baltic, Air China, Air Europe, Air France, Air India, Air Leap, Air Serbia, Ais Airlines, Amapola Flyg, Atlas Global, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, Blue Air, British Airways, China Eastern Airlines, Corendon Airlines, Croatia Airlines, EasyJet, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Eurowings, Finnair, Flybe, Iberia, Icelandair, Iran Air, Klm, Lot Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Nordica, Norwegian, Nouvelair, Novair, Nyxair, Pegasus Airlines, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, S7 Airlines, Sas Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Sunexpress, Swiss, Tap Portugal, Tarom, Thai Airways, Transavia, Tuifly Nordic, Turkish Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, United Airlines, Vueling Airlines, Wings Of Lebanon
Arlanda Layout Terminals