Goteborg Landvetter International Airport is located near Landvetter, 20 km from Gothenburg, Sweden’s second largest city and renowned for its cultural events. Hence the double name of the airport complex.
It is the second-largest airport in the country in terms of passenger traffic, behind only Stockholm-Arland, which is close to the capital.
Airport consists of two terminals combined under one roof. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Goteborg Landvetter Airport is coded ‘GOT’ by the International Air Transport Association.
The official website of the airport is www.swedavia.com/landvetter/.
From airport to city
There are several bus routes to nearby major cities such as Gothenburg and Boras, with stops located just outside the terminal.
For example, the Flygbussarna bus leaves for Gothenburg city centre every 12 minutes. The entire journey takes 30 minutes. In the city itself, the bus makes several stops, ending at Gothenburg’s central bus station (Nils Ericson Terminalen), located next to the central railway station.
The fare is 95 Swedish kronor, which is approximately €10. Tickets can be purchased at a kiosk in the terminal building, from a special machine at the bus stop or from the driver, but in that case only bank cards are accepted. You can also take care of your fare in advance by visiting the website of the carrier -www.flygbussarna.se/en/Landvetter. By the way, all Flygbussarna buses are equipped with free wireless internet.
Swebus bus No.830 runs daily towards Gothenburg from Buros (and in the opposite direction) with a stop near the airport. A ticket costs 59 Swedish kronor if you buy it on the carrier’s website – www.swebus.se. Free Wi-Fi and sockets for charging mobile devices are available in the vehicle’s comfortable cabin. The journey to Buros takes a maximum of 40 minutes.
If you decide to take a taxi, keep in mind that the trip to downtown Gothenburg costs a decent 450 Swedish kronor (€47).