Flights from Manchester to Stockholm

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Manchester to Stockholm

  • There are 19 flights a week from Manchester to Stockholm
  • £56 was the cheapest return price from Manchester to Stockholm last month
  • The average flight time from Manchester to Stockholm is 2h 15min
  • 3 airlines fly direct from Manchester to Stockholm
  • The most popular airline flying from Manchester to Stockholm last month was SAS
  • Stockholm is served by 4 airports. These are Stockholm Arlanda, Stockholm Bromma, Stockholm Skavsta, Stockholm Vasteras.
  • Manchester to Stockholm is 854 miles

Airlines that fly from Manchester to Stockholm

Norwegian Air Shuttle and SAS Scandinavian Airlines both fly direct from Manchester to Stockholm-Arlanda.

Terminal Information – Departing

Norwegian Air Shuttle and SAS Scandinavian Airlines both fly from Manchester Airport's Terminal 1.  The airport offers fast track security which you can pre-book online. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal for one hour. If you need more internet access, there's an Aspire Lounge. As well as unlimited Wi-Fi access you can enjoy a range of complimentary snacks and drinks. Terminal 1 is the most modern terminal at the airport. There are plenty of facilities, and a wide range of shops and eateries. Take advantage of tax free shopping at Biza Duty Free, or in high street shops like Fat Face and Monsoon. Pour yourself a beer at the Grain Loft, enjoy a quick baguette at Upper Crust, or sit down for a tasty meal at Giraffe. Enjoy Mediterranean dishes at Cafe Balzar, or indulge in tapas and cocktails at Bar MCR. Whatever your taste, you're sure to have a relaxing pre-flight experience.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Flights from Manchester usually land at Stockholm Arlanda's Terminal 5. The fastest way to the city is the Arlanda Express Train. The station is underneath the terminal. The journey to Stockholm Central Station takes 20 minutes, and tickets can be purchased online in advance. You can find local trains underneath Sky City, between terminals 4 and 5. The Air Shuttle bus, which connects the city to the airport, has a stop just outside Terminal 5. The journey takes 35 minutes. Free Wi-Fi is available on the bus, and each seat has an electrical outlet if you need to charge any devices. Flygbussarna coaches also serve the airport and also have free Wi-Fi on board. These coaches use fossil-free fuel, making them a good choice for environmentally conscious people. Journey time is 40 minutes. Swebus buses also operate at the airport, and take roughly the same amount of time to reach the city.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to visit Sweden. If you're planning on staying for more than three months you need to contact the Migration Board.

What to expect in Stockholm

Sweden is one hour ahead of the UK and the currency is the Swedish Krona. Stockholm can be a very expensive city, especially in terms of drinking and dining out. You can expect to pay slightly more for a meal and a pint of lager compared to the prices in Manchester. Stockholm is slightly hotter than Manchester during the summer, but during the winter temperatures can drop well below freezing. Pack accordingly.


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