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Stockholm Bromma Airport Mini Guide
About the Airport
Stockholm-Bromma Airport is 7.5 km north west of the city of Stockholm, in Sweden.
It is the country’s 5th largest airport.
Who Flies There?
Almost all the flights are from other cities in Scandinavia, however there is also a flight to Brussels
. There are 14 airlines operating out of Stockholm-Bromma.
Can I get to the City Easily?
Stockholm Transit buses 110 and 152 will take you into the city in 30 minutes or Flygbussarna Coaches have a 20 minute express service. If you have hired a car, the car rental desks can be found in the terminal building and it is just a 15 minute drive into the city.
What Facilities Does the Airport Have?
There is an ATM if you get stuck for money at the airport and you can check your emails with the free Wi-Fi service. Business class ticket holders can use the Yellow Room VIP Lounge and use the workstations or read the latest newspapers and have a coffee. If you get hungry you can eat at Forno Romano Restaurant, they have an a la carte menu as well as pizza and daily specials. Once you are in departures, you can buy a snack and a magazine at Pressbyran or have a drink in the airport bar. The Tax Free store has a small range of cosmetics and perfumes for that special treat or buy an aviation themed gift at Flygshop.
Is There an Airport Hotel?
There is no hotel at the airport but the Flyghotellet is not far away. It has modern simple rooms and Wi-Fi for a charge. There is a dining area in the hotel and also a bar. If you like Italian food there is a restaurant next door and more restaurants and shops opposite the hotel. There is a subway station there too, so it’s easy to get into Stockholm city centre.
- Stockholm Bromma Airport had plans in place to expand but local issues have stalled them. Arlanda Airport's expansion has reduced the need for Bromma to expand but improvements to its transport links will mean that it will see increased passenger numbers in the coming years, raising the issue once more.