Cheap Flights from London to Stockholm
Flight information London to Stockholm
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Average flight time, total distance 863 miles
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Stockholm Arlanda, Stockholm Bromma, Stockholm Vasteras and Stockholm Skavsta
Airlines that fly from London to Stockholm
Flights from London to Stockholm depart from Gatwick, Heathrow or Stansted Airport.
Flights from Gatwick to Stockholm Arlanda Airport are operated by Norwegian. Flights from Heathrow to Stockholm Arlanda Airport are operated by Scandinavian Airlines and British Airways. Ryanair serves flights from Luton to both Stockholm Vasteras and Stockholm Skavsta Airport.
You should arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before the departure time of your flight to Stockholm. This will ensure you have plenty of time to check in, go through security and reach the gate for your flight. Check in desks at the airport open between 2 and 3 hours before your flight. Alternatively, you can check in in advance online or via the mobile app provided by your airline. Any hold luggage will need to be checked in at the bag drop desks.
Flights from Gatwick to Stockholm depart from the South Terminal which has a selection of shops and places to eat in the departures lounge. These include Accessorize, Boots, Mango, Giraffe and Nandos. The Gatwick Airport train station is located in the South terminal, a short walk from Check-in Level 2. Gatwick Airport offers up to 90 minutes of free Wi-Fi for visitors.
British Airways flights to Stockholm Arlanda depart from Terminal 5, SAS flights depart from Terminal 2. Shops at Heathrow’s Terminal 2 include Boots, John Lewis and Harrods alongside a number of popular fashion brands. Ca’puccino, Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar and La Selle are some of the many places to eat within the terminal. You should confirm the gate your flight is departing from upon arrival in the departures lounge, as some of the gates can be up to 20 minutes away from the lounge. At Terminal 5, BA’s exclusive terminal you will find shops and restaurants which include Dixons, Fortnum and Mason, Tiffany & Co., Eat, Huxleys and Starbucks.
With four hours of free Wi-FI available at Heathrow Airport you will be able to stay connected whilst waiting for your flight.
Ryanair flights depart from the single terminal at Stansted Airport. The departures lounge is home to a small selection of shops, cafes and restaurants, covering all the essentials with Boots, Hamleys, Next, Starbucks and Halo being some of the many available. If you’re shopping at the airport an additional bag policy in operation means you can take a standard sized shopping bag on board alongside your hand luggage. 60 minutes of free Wi-Fi is available at Stansted Airport per day.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is Sweden’s biggest airport located 37km to the north of Stockholm. The airport has 4 terminals with flights from London arriving into Terminal 2 or 5. Car hire, taxis, the Arlanda Express Train and Air Shuttle Bus are all available from the airport into Stockholm. Ticket desks are located within the terminals and journeys take from 20 minutes for the train to 35 minutes by bus.
Stockholm Vasteras Airport
Stockholm Vasteras Airport is located in Vasteras, 100km northwest of the city of Stockholm. Onward travel options from Stockholm Vasteras Airport are limited to the Flygbussarna Airport bus service which takes approximately 75 minutes, taxis or car hire.
Stockholm Skavsta Airport
Stockholm Skavsta Airport is located 100km south of Stockholm, a short drive away from the city of Nykoping. The Flygbussarna bus service operates from the airport to Stockholm every hour and local services run to the surrounding towns and cities including Nykoping. From Nykoping you can take the train into Stockholm. Car hire is available from the airport with a 1 hour and 20 minute drive into Stockholm.
What to expect in Stockholm
Stockholm has a cool climate with temperatures lower than the UK throughout the year, however it is one of the sunniest cities in Europe with more hours of sun on average than London. Although Stockholm is considered an expensive city, when compared with London you will find most costs such as eating out and public transport are lower than London. Despite being a member of the EU, the currency of Sweden is the krona.
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