The airport is located 15.5 miles east of Gothenburg.
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Situated 13 miles (20 km) southeast of the city of Gothenburg, Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT) is Sweden’s second-largest airport, serving more than 4.3 million passengers per year.
With a spacious and relatively new terminal building, Gothenburg-Landvetter is an efficient airport. Smooth operations make checking-in and boarding a breeze, while quick baggage handling ensures that that your luggage is ready and waiting for you in the baggage claims area. There may not be an extensive range of shops and restaurants to choose from, however, several Internet stations located throughout the terminal offer a good alternative to help the time pass by.
Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport is small, clean, comfortable and user-friendly. Staff members are courteous and extremely helpful, and traveling from the airport to the city (and vice versa) is easy.
Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport has one passenger terminal; all areas are accessible by foot.
Getting into Town
Taxi: A taxi stand is located just outside the arrivals hall. There is usually a fixed price of about SEK 282-440 (£27-£44). Ensure you confirm the rate before stepping into a taxi.
Bus: Flygbussarna Airport buses travel to and from the city center in 20 minutes at a cost of SEK 80 (almost £8 one-way) and SEK 150 (about £14 return). The bus stop is situated outside the check-in area.
With more than 10,000 spaces, you won’t have any trouble finding parking at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport. P2, P3 and P4 are next to the terminal, while P5, P6 and P7 are a little further away. P2 charges SEK 20 per hour (£2) with a maximum daily rate of SEK 170 (£16); P3 and P4 charge SEK 30 per hour (£3) and SEK 210 (£20) per day. Long-term parking areas, P5, P6 and P7 charge SEK 10 per hour (£1) and SEK 125 (£12) per day for the first three days, after which rates are SEK 25 per day (£2.50) up to 29 days. Short-term parking areas SI, S2 and S3 charge SEK 30 per hour (about £3), while S4 charges an hourly rate of SEK 25 (£2.50).
An information desk is situated in the international check-in hall.
Money and communications: ATMs, currency exchange and postal facilities.
Luggage: There is a left baggage facility which costs SEK 25–50 (£2.50-£5) for up to 24 hours, as well as a lost property office which operates from the information desk.
Conference and business: Situated in the check-in hall, the conference center can accommodate up to 65 people for SEK 1,200 – 7,500 (£116-£720) depending on your needs. Equipment available on request includes LCD projectors, screens, whiteboards, stationery and telephones.
Shopping: Prices at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport are reasonable, with many products free of duty. Head to Travel Shopping and peruse its selection of CDs, toys, watches, eyewear and fragrances; or take advantage of discounts on alcohol. Purchase your clothes and jewelry at Fabline and TreJ Design, or catch up on the latest international news at Global News and Books.
Food and drink: Take a seat at Andersson Food & Aquavit Bar and choose from a variety of delectable dishes by legendary Swedish chef, Leif Mannerstrom, or feast on a platter of California rolls and salmon roses at Sushi Lounge. Grab a fresh brew of your favorite coffee at Espresso Bar and Cafe Gotheborg and, if you’re boarding a long flight and enjoy having your own food reserves, stock up on some snacks at Kattegat Cafe or visit Chocolate, a delicatessen offering a variety of Swedish delights.
Other facilities: There are children’s play areas both indoors and outdoors, a chapel and a relaxation room (Pacific Room). Internet stations are located at the Sidewalk Express and two lounges are available for passengers flying with Star Alliance or Menzies. Access to the Menzies lounge is open to all passengers at a cost of SEK 200 (about £20).
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi is available throughout airport at a charge of SEK 49 (about £5) for one hour and SEK 129 (£12) for 24 hours. Payment may be made via credit card, voucher or roaming partners.