• Serving Malmö / Sweden
    Malmö Airport
  • Malmo Airport Airline Information

    Malmö Airport: 230 32 Malmö-Sturup, Sweden

Serving the third largest city in Sweden, Malmö Airport offers passengers the option to use several major regional airline companies. All of the carriers use the main terminal building in Malmö Airport.

Arkia Israel Airlines connects the city of Malmö with Tel-Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport. The trip to Israel’s largest city is offered on a seasonal basis through this small Israeli carrier. Primera Air also invites Malmö’s passengers to explore one of Israel’s most visited resort destinations. This Danish airline company operates seasonal charter flights to Ovda Airport in the Red Sea resort city of Eilat. Additionally, Primera Air can be used to get between Malmö Airport and Gothenburg Landvetter, the second biggest airport in Sweden.

Being one of the largest cities in Sweden, it makes sense that Malmö receives service from the two busiest airline companies in the Scandinavian region of Europe. Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines both offer year round trips to Stockholm-Arlanda Airport in Sweden’s capital city of Stockholm. Passengers may be surprised to find out that Scandinavian Airlines is the carrier of the Swedish Flag as well as the national airline of Denmark and Norway.

Passengers at Malmö Airport can also enjoy regional service from a local company. Malmö Aviation operates flights to Stockholm Bromma Airport, which is the secondary airport in Sweden’s capital city. Additionally, the Malmö based airline takes customers to Visby Airport in the small historic Swedish town of Visby.

Malmö Airport is served by some of the busiest and biggest low-cost airline companies in Europe. The Irish company Ryanair is the only carrier to connect Malmö directly with the United Kingdom. Europe’s largest low-cost airline offers trips to London Stansted Airport, one of the five major commercial airports in England’s capital area. Another year round trip that is offered by Ryanair is to the Copernicus Airport Wroclaw in southern Poland. During certain seasons, passengers can escape the cold climate of Malmö and enjoy great vacations in Spanish territory. Ryanair invites customers to the Mediterranean front cities of Alicante and Malaga as well as the historic city of Girona. Ryanair can also be used for getaways to the Balearic Island of Majorca in the Mediterranean Sea.

Wizz Air is the most reliable company to take passengers between Malmö Airport and major cities in Eastern Europe. The Hungarian airline takes passengers to the company’s home base in Budapest. Belgrade, Gdansk, Katowice, and Warsaw are other flights scheduled under the Wizz Air service at Malmö Airport.