OverviewPublic Transportation from Stockhom Arlanda Airport:
The railway station for the Arlanda Express can be reached from each terminal's basement level; it is served by a high-speed train, stopping at each of the Terminals (free there) and running every 15 mins, taking 20 mins. to the Stockholm Central Station - with nationwide connections. Tickets are available at information desk or at train station's machines.
A new commuter train service available at SkyCity serves Stockholm's Central Station in 38 mins, and to Uppsala in 18 mins..
The Upptaget trains run between Uppsala & Upplands Vasby, changing in Upplands Vasby to suburban trains to Stockholm.
Swebus runs a route between the Airport and Stockholm's 'Cityterminalen' bus station with over 40 daily departures. Its ticket machines are in the terminals & at the bus stops; you can also pay on board by credit card, SMS or e-ticket.
SL public night buses 592 & 593 run between the Airport & central Stockholm.
The Airport bus 'Flygbussarna' stops at Terminal 2, in front of Arivals, runs every 10-30 mins. to City Center and takes about 40 mins.
SL coaches make several stops in northern Stockholm County, Stockholm city center & Central Station.
Each of the terminals is served by:
Bus line 801 (Uppsala);
Bus line 802 (Ar-Knivsta-Uppsala),
Bus line 803 (Sigtuna-Balsta-Enkoping) &
Bus line 806 (Almunge-Knutby).
|Service Name:||SUPER SHUTTLE|
|Description:||This super shuttle takes travellers in northern and western Stockholm to and from the airport.
|Service Name:||ARLANDA EXPRESS|
|Description:||Arlanda Express operates between Stockholm and the airport in 20 minutes with no stop.
|Service Name:||LONG DISTANCE TRAIN TåGKOMPANIET|
|Description:||On Saturday and Sunday, you can travel between Gävle and Stockholm via Stockholm Arlanda with Tågkompaniet with long distance train Tågkompaniet|
|Service Name:||LONG DISTANCE TRAIN, SJ|
|Description:||70 long-distance trains depart from the underground Arlanda Central Station (Arlanda C).
From Lake Mälaren Valley region around Stockholm and to Sweden’s Dalarna and Norrland regions to the north.