|Height above MSL||379 m (1243 ft )|
|Distance from the city center||11 km east of Arvidsjaur|
|operator||Arvidsjaur Flygplats AB is 100% owned by the municipality of Arvidsjaur|
|Air freight||452 kg (2016)|
|12/30||2500 m × 45 m asphalt|
The Arvidsjaur Airport is a Swedish airport near the town of Arvidsjaur in Lapland . It is mainly approached in winter . Many European car manufacturers then fly their test drivers to the Arctic Circle to test new cars.
Airlines and Destinations
From the end of November to the end of March, Pro Sky is offering up to three times a week non-stop flights from Cologne and Stuttgart to Arvidsjaur in cooperation with Eurowings . Feeder flights from six major European cities expand the offer. Passengers can already check-in in Berlin-Tegel, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich and Vienna. The flight from Cologne or Stuttgart to Arvidsjaur in Swedish Lapland takes around three hours. There are additional flights from Stuttgart via Hanover for Christmas and New Year's Eve.
In the winter months, FlyCar GmbH, in cooperation with TUIfly and other airlines, offers direct flights from the four German airports Hanover , Frankfurt-Hahn , Stuttgart and Munich to Arvidsjaur. There is also the option of traveling directly from Birmingham, UK, to Arvidsjaur by FlyCar .
Eurowings offered direct flights to Arvidsjaur from Hanover and Stuttgart . At the end of 2019 there are no bookable direct flights with Eurowings from Hanover, all portals fly with 2 stops via major airports and Stockholm / Arlanda Airport .
The airport is about 11 kilometers outside the city.
The extension of the runway to 2500 m with EU aid has been completed. At the moment, two additional parking spaces are being built in addition to the main apron. One in the southeast (Apron C) and one in the north (Apron B). The taxiways for this are planned and will be built shortly.
- arvidsjaurairport.se official site ( swedish / english )
- world-airport-codes Basic information about the airport
- fly-car.de The organizer of the automotive industry
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