TRAVEL GUIDES read up on any of the locations where we compare car hire.
Umea Airport is located four kilometres from Umea city in North Sweden and 600kms from Stockholm. Visitors can arrange car hire in Umea Airport through Avis, Budget and Hertz, plus numerous local firms. Buses leave for the centre 15 minutes after the arrival of flights. Alternatively, there are taxis, found outside the main terminal, which will also take you there.
Storuman Airport, which also goes by the name of Gunnarn Airport, can be found in the village of Gunnarn, 628kms north of Sweden’s capital, Stockholm. Car rental in Storuman Airport can be arranged through both Storumans Bil & El and Hertz Storuman.
Stockholm Arlanda Airport is Sweden’s largest airport and the third largest of all the Nordic airports. Situated in the town of Marsta, it is 40kms south-east of Uppsala and 37kms north of Stockholm.
The flight time from Stockholm to Ronneby is around 50 minutes so travellers looking to head south quickly can utilise the services of either SAS Scandinavian airlines, or the regional Blekingeflyg operator. SAS use Stockholm Arlanda as their base for flights to Ronneby, but Blekingeflyg operate their route from Bromma in the north west of the capital.
Oskarshamn is a port on the south eastern coast of Sweden, with a small air facility for travellers coming from the international airport of Stockholm Arlanda. There is just the control tower building, and a short runway for the regional jets of Skyways, along with the car rental in Oskarshamn Airport. The flight time from the capital is approximately 50 minutes.
Situated about 15 miles (25 kilometres) to the northeast of Ornskoldsvik, Sweden is Ornskoldsvik Airport. This small airport was constructed in the early part of the 1970s and now sees over 130,000 passenger movements every year. Also serving the nearby city of Nordmaling, it hosts domestic hops and international charter flights to and from the region.
Norrkoping Airport is set only three kilometres east of the Norrkoping city centre and sees around 100,000 passengers each year. This airport was originally opened in the 1930s and saw higher passenger numbers during the 1980s, however thanks to better road conditions between Stockholm and Norrkoping it sees a smaller but sustainable amount of travellers.
The modern transportation hub of Kramfors Airport receives just a few thousand passengers a year, which travel here from other popular destinations in Sweden. This makes the perfect starting point for exploring this enchanting region of the country.
Bromma Airport is one of Europe’s most historical hubs and the first one to grant access to Stockholm, the popular Swedish capital that is arguably Scandinavia’s most cherished tourist destination. To get around easier as they take in the sights, tourists head to companies that offer car hire in Bromma Airport.
Angelholm Airport is one of southern Sweden’s largest hubs that provides access to Angelholm, a popular coastal town, and a string of others like Helsingborg. Because trains and buses across Sweden and Scandinavia on the whole can be pretty expensive, car hire in Angelholm Airport is usually arranged as a cheaper and better way of getting around on holiday.