About Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT)
Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport serves the Swedish city of Gothenburg. After the closure of Gothenburg City Airport for commercial operations in January 2015 it has become the sole international air transport hub for commercial purposes in the area. Our Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport guide provides useful information regarding terminal facilities, public transport access and nearby accommodation options.
A 24-hour information desk (tel: +46 10 109 3100) is located in the international check-in hall. Staff at the desk can provide help and information on scheduled and charter flights, parking, hotel reservations, lost property and left luggage facilities.
From Gothenburg, take national road 40 eastwards in the direction of Borås. Exit via junction 77 ‘Flygplatsmotet’, and continue south on Flygplatsvägen road, which leads to the terminal. The total drive time to the airport from central Gothenburg is approximately 25 minutes.
Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport is located 25km (15.5 miles) east of Gothenburg, in southern Sweden.
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Bus:Public buses (tel: +46 771 414 300; www.vasttrafik.se) operate from the airport to various surrounding destinations, though it should be noted there is no direct public bus to Gothenburg from the airport (for passengers travelling to Gothenberg, the Flygbussarna Airport Coach is the recommended transport mode). Speak to airport staff for further details. Timetables are available from the information desk.
Coach:Flygbussarna Airport Coaches (tel: +46 771 515 252; www.flygbussarna.se) serve Gothenburg and Borås. At peak hours these depart every 15 minutes. The journey time into Gothenburg is 40 minutes, and a single ticket costs Kr. 95.
Taxi companies often have a fixed rate fare to Gothenburg city and other destinations from the airport. Advance bookings can be made online through Taxibokning (www.taxibokning.se). The price to central Gothenburg starts at around Kr. 500 and the journey time is approximately 20 minutes.
ATMs and full service banks are located both pre- and post-security at the airport. There are also bureaux de change facilities before and after security.
There are restaurants and cafés in the domestic and international departure halls serving Swedish and international fare. A small selection of eateries is also available pre-security in both terminals.
There is a wide variety of shops at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport, including a fashion boutique, bookshops and a gift retailer. Duty-free shopping is available in both the international arrivals and departures areas for those travelling from or to non-EU destinations.
Trolleys are available free of charge throughout Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport and its car parks. Travellers can leave baggage in lockers located in the check-in hall for a maximum of 20 days. For lost and found items, contact the 24-hour lost property service (tel: +46 10 109 3100).
A quiet room is available for prayer or meditation at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport. There are also baby changing and nursing facilities. An on-site priest can be hired to conduct weddings or other services.
Disabled travellers should inform their travel agent or airline in advance if they require assistance with luggage, getting to/from (and boarding) the aircraft, or if they have a hearing problem and require personal information. Travellers with a disabled permit are charged the cheaper parking rate in all car parks.
There are more than 10,000 parking spaces at Gothenburg Landvetter Airport. These are located within indoor multistorey car parks (P3 and P4), outdoor short-term car parks for both domestic (S1 and P2) and international (S2, S3, S4) travellers, and cheaper long-term areas (P5, P6 and P7).
A manual payment desk can be found at the Luftfartsverket Information desk in the international check-in hall. Contact the parking service (tel: +46 10 109 6805) for more information.
Car hire companies at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport include: Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. Offices are situated by the multistorey car parks.