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Goteborg Landvetter Airport

Göteborg Landvetter Airport

Göteborg Landvetter flygplats
Landvetter Airport Logo.jpg
Landvetter Air View.jpg
Airport typePublic
LocationHärryda municipality, Västra Götaland county, Sweden
Opened3 October 1977 (43 years ago) (1977-10-03)
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL154 m / 506 ft
Coordinates57°39?36?N 012°17?28?E / 57.66000°N 12.29111°E / 57.66000; 12.29111Coordinates: 57°39?36?N 012°17?28?E / 57.66000°N 12.29111°E / 57.66000; 12.29111
GOT is located in Sweden
Location of airport in Sweden
Direction Length Surface
m ft
03/21 3,300 10,826 Asphalt
Statistics (2019)
Passengers total6,670,892 (Decrease2%)
International passengers5,468,099 (Increase1%)
Domestic passengers1,202,793 (Decrease14%)
Landings total34,674 (Decrease5%)
Source: Swedish AIP at EUROCONTROL[1]
Statistics: Swedavia[2]

Göteborg Landvetter Airport (IATA: GOT, ICAO: ESGG) is an international airport serving the Gothenburg (Swedish: Göteborg) region in Sweden. With just over 6.8 million passengers in 2018 it is Sweden's second-largest airport after Stockholm-Arlanda.[2] Landvetter is also an important freight airport. During 2007, 60.1 thousand tonnes of air cargo passed through Landvetter,[3] about 60% of the capacity of Arlanda.

The airport is named after Landvetter locality, which is in Härryda municipality. It is 11 NM (20 km; 13 mi) east-southeast[1] of Gothenburg and 40 km (25 mi) west of Borås. It is operated by Swedavia, the national airport company. Since the closure of Göteborg City Airport for commercial operations, it's the city's only commercial passenger airport.


The airport was opened by king Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on 3 October 1977.[4] Passenger services, previously at Torslanda Airport,[5] north of Gothenburg, were moved to Landvetter in 1977.[6] In 2001, some budget airlines began serving the former military base in Säve, which was renamed from Säve Flygplats to Gothenburg City Airport. That airport was temporary closed down in winter 2014-2015 because of large reconstruction needs, meaning an increase of traffic on Landvetter of almost a million annual passengers. There has been a tendency that international air travel has increased, especially on tourists, while domestic has declined somewhat (mostly business travel).[]

In 2013 the international terminal was extended significantly with new shops, and in 2014 the domestic and international terminals were joined into a single terminal.

On 14 April 2015 Swedavia announced a 10-year long contract with DHL Express to build a new 7500 m2 large cargo terminal, replacing the old 1700 m2. The construction will begin in spring 2015 and is underway for one year. This was a step included in plans for Airport City.[7] In 2018-2020 the terminal building will be enlarged, with three new air bridges.[8] There are also plans to build a shortcut on the railway Gothenburg-Borås with a tunnel and a railway station under the airport. Construction start is planned to be 2020 and operation estimated by 2023.[9]

There has been criticism on the choice of location of the airport, which is fairly foggy, located 150 meters above sea level and often affected by low clouds. The runway direction also often means fairly strong crosswinds which can cause landings to scare passengers. In 2015 an instrument landing system CATIIIb was installed which allows landing in fairly dense fog if corresponding system is fitted onboard aircraft.[10] Many but not all aircraft have that (as of 2018).[11]

During the COVID-19 pandemic, most flights were cancelled. During April 2020, only the KLM route to Amsterdam was consistently operated daily. The passenger figures were 99.5% lower in April 2020 than in April 2019.[12]


Landvetter Airport has traditionally had two terminals, domestic and international, but they have merged into one common terminal. In 2009 all baggage drop was moved to in the international terminal, since all baggage had to be screened with new regulations. In 2014 the two terminals joined into one with all baggage collected at the arrivals hall in the previous international terminal. The transfer area, which has several shops, cafés and a restaurant, is accessible for all passengers since that year.

There are eight air bridges, at gates 12-17, 19, and 20.[13] Gates 10-11, 18A-18H and 21C-21D transport passengers to the aircraft via an airside bus transfer. Gate 21A/B is an aircraft stand without an air bridge, with a short walk to the aircraft instead. The eight air bridges are not enough, so airside bus transfer is regularly used. Traditionally gates 10-15 used to be limited to domestic flights but nowadays cater to all flights within the Schengen Area, which are treated as domestic flights. Gates 21A-21D are located in the international transit area, used for flights outside the Schengen Area, and access is only possible after clearing immigration. Gate 19 and 20 are positionable so that, depending on upcoming flights, reaching them may (signed 19B-20B) or may not (signed 19A-20A) require clearing immigration. The freight terminal uses gate numbers below 10.

The airport has a VIP area, where travellers for a fee can go through a dedicated security check, wait in the VIP lounge and be transported by car to the aircraft, avoiding mix with non VIP paying passengers. The VIP area can also hold wedding ceremonies.[14]

Airlines and destinations


The following airlines operate regular scheduled and charter flights to and from Göteborg:[15]

Air France Hop Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Air Serbia Ni?
airBaltic Riga
Austrian Airlines Seasonal: Vienna
Aarhus (begins 27 September 2021),[16] Stockholm-Bromma, Visby[17]
British Airways London-Heathrow
Brussels Airlines Brussels
Corendon Airlines Seasonal charter: Hurghada,[18] Sharm El Sheikh[19]
easyJet Berlin
Seasonal: Palma de Mallorca[20]
Eurowings Düsseldorf, Hamburg
Finnair Helsinki
Great Dane Airlines Seasonal charter: Split[21]
Icelandair Seasonal: Reykjavík-Keflavík (suspended)
Iran Air Tehran-Imam Khomeini (suspended)
KLM Amsterdam
LOT Polish Airlines Warsaw-Chopin[22]
Lufthansa Frankfurt, Munich
Norwegian Air Shuttle[23] Alicante, Málaga
Nouvelair Seasonal charter: Monastir[24]
Novair[25] Seasonal charter: Chania, Hurghada, Preveza/Lefkada, Rhodes, Split, Zakynthos
Pegasus Airlines Seasonal: Antalya
Qatar Airways Doha[26] (suspended)
Ryanair Alicante, Banja Luka, Barcelona, Bergamo, Billund (begins 1 November 2021),[27] Budapest, Dublin, Edinburgh, Gda?sk, Kraków,[28] London-Stansted, Málaga, Manchester, Prague, Riga (begins 2 November 2021),[29] Stockholm-Arlanda (begins 31 October 2021),[30] Vienna,[31] Warsaw-Modlin, Zagreb[32]
Seasonal: Palma de Mallorca, Pisa, Zadar
Scandinavian Airlines[33] Copenhagen, Luleå, Málaga, Stockholm-Arlanda, Umeå
Seasonal: Alicante, Athens, Faro, Geneva, Nice, Östersund, Palma de Mallorca, Pula, Split
Seasonal charter: Chania,[25] Fuerteventura,[25] Gran Canaria,[25] Heraklion,[25] Hurghada,[34] Ioannina,[25] Karpathos,[25] Kavala,[35] Kefalonia,[36] Lanzarote,[25] Larnaca,[25] Preveza,[37] Rhodes,[38] Samos,[25] Santorini,[25] Skiathos,[25] Tenerife-South,[25]
Sunclass Airlines[39] Charter: Gran Canaria
Seasonal charter: Antalya, Banjul, Chania, Fuerteventura, Heraklion, Larnaca, Palma de Mallorca, Rhodes, Sal, Tenerife-South, Varna
SunExpress Seasonal: Antalya
Seasonal: Geneva
TUI Airways Seasonal charter: Krabi,[40] Phuket[40]
TUI fly Nordic[40] Charter: Gran Canaria
Seasonal charter: Antalya, Boa Vista, Burgas, Chania, Dalaman, Hurghada, Kos, Lanzarote, Larnaca, Palma de Mallorca, Rhodes, Sal, Sälen-Trysil,[41] Samos, Split, Tenerife-South
Turkish Airlines Istanbul
VuelingSeasonal: Barcelona[42]
Widerøe Bergen, Oslo
Wizz Air Belgrade, Budapest, Gda?sk, Sarajevo,[43] Skopje, Tuzla, Warsaw-Chopin



Busiest routes

Main check-in hall
In front of the passenger terminals
Logistics facilities
Busiest international routes to and from Göteborg Landvetter Airport (2019)[45]
Rank Airport Passengers handled % change
1  United Kingdom, London-Gatwick, London-Heathrow, London-Stansted 578,789 Decrease 2.6
2  Germany, Frankfurt 404,586 Decrease 4.6
3  Netherlands, Amsterdam 364,424 Decrease 2.2
4  Denmark, Copenhagen 275,405 Decrease 6.6
5  Germany, Munich 243,310 Increase 6.4
6  Finland, Helsinki 236,651 Decrease 0.2
7  Belgium, Brussels 203,314 Increase 2.8
8  Spain, Málaga 187,723 Increase 24.8
9  Turkey, Istanbul 168,937 Decrease 7.9
10  Spain, Alicante 159,739 Increase 15.0



Flygbussarna and Flixbus takes passengers to the city of Gothenburg in 20 minutes, and in 30 minutes to Gothenburg Central station. Flixbus takes passengers to Borås central station in 30 minutes and to Jönköping central station in 1h 45m.


The road distance to Gothenburg is 25 kilometres (16 mi) and to Borås 40 kilometres (25 mi), both via the Riksväg 40 motorway. There are 7,300 parking spaces at the airport.

See also


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  12. ^ "Flygplatsstatistik" (in Swedish). Swedish Transport Agency. Retrieved 2020. April 2020=2,823   April 2019=552,535
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  33. ^ "Traffic program".
  34. ^ "Boka resan till Egypten idag. Flyg + hotell fr 4849:- |".
  35. ^ "Charterresor till badparadiset Thassos, Grekland | Airtours charter".
  36. ^ "Charterresor till drömmiga Kefalonia, Grekland | Airtours charter".
  37. ^ "Charterresor till Lefkas, Grekland | Airtours charter".
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  41. ^ "TUI lanserar sju nya flyglinjer till Scandinavian Mountains Airport Sälen-Trysil". Mynewsdesk. 21 October 2020.
  42. ^ "Vueling, a por el mercado de Norwegian desde El Prat". La Vanguardia. 18 February 2021.
  43. ^ "Wizz Air announces Sarajevo base with nine routes". 4 February 2021.
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  46. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 24 February 2016. Retrieved 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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