Photo, 2004 Svens Welt
OFFICIAL SITE: www.skavsta.se/en/
The small airport of Stockholm Skavsta It is located in the municipality of Nykoping, About 100 km from Stockholm. Despite the distance, it is officially recognized as the second airport of the Swedish capital. Despite its rather small size, Skavsta is highly efficient and at the forefront of services. There are facilities and services for children and people with reduced mobility. There are, of course, some refreshment points and shopping areas and, in the departure hall, there are spaces for smokers.
RyanAir e Wizz Air they are the only two carriers to operate, with the latter making exclusively connections with Eastern Europe.
Ryanair direct connections to / from: Alghero, Alicante, Ancona, Baden-Baden, Barcelona-El Prat, Bergamo, Beziers, Biarritz, Bremen, Brindisi, Brussels-Charleroi, Chania, Krakow, Eindhoven, Faro, Rijeka, Gran Canaria, London -Stansted, Malaga, Malta, Naples, Pafos, Palma, Paris Beauvais, Pisa, Rhodes, Rome-Ciampino, Thessaloniki, Tenerife-South, Treviso, Warsaw, Zadar.
Wizz Air fly to / from: Belgrade, Budapest, Gdansk, Katowice, Poznan, Skopje, Warsaw
Flygbussarna Airport Coaches, are the two "green" bus lines that connect the airport with Stockholm, or Norrköping - Linköping.
The cost, regardless of the route, is 139SEK if purchased online (159SEK, payment on the spot) per adult. The bus takes about 80 minutes to reach Stockholm Cityterminalen, 90 'for Linköping and about an hour to get to Norrköping.
Alternatively, outside there are numerous taxis that allow you to reach the main Swedish destinations; obviously, the costs are far from trivial. Those who do not want to use public transport could consider renting a car. At the airport there are several companies.