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CityCodeAirport Name
Arvidsjaur AJR       Arvidsjaur Airport
Borlange BLE Borlange Airport
Goteborg GOT Goteborg Landvetter Airport
Halmstad HAD Halmstad Airport
Helsingborg AGH Angelholm Helsingborg Airport
Hemavan HMV Hemavan Airport
Jonkoping JKG Jonkoping Airport
Kalmar KLR Kalmar Airport
Karlstad KSD Karlstad Airport
Kiruna KRN Kiruna Airport
Kramfors KRF Kramfors Solleftea Airport
Kristianstad KID Kristianstad Airport
Linkoping LPI Linkoping Saab Airport
Lulea LLA Lulea Kallax Airport
Lycksele LYC Lycksele Airport
Malmo MMX Malmo Sturup Airport
Mora MXX Mora Siljan Airport
Norrkoping NRK Norrkoping Kungsangen
Orebro ORB Orebro Airport
Ornskoldsvik OER Ornskoldsvik Airport
Ostersund OSD Ostersund Froson Airport
Ronneby RNB Ronneby Airport
Skelleftea SFT Skelleftea Airport
Stockholm STO All Stockholm Airports
Stockholm ARN Arlanda Airport
Stockholm BMA Bromma Airport
Stockholm NYO Skavsta Airport
Stockholm VST See Vasteras
Storuman SQO Storuman Gunnarn Airport
Sundsvall SDL Sundsvall Harnosand Airport
Trollhattan THN Trollhattan Vanersborg Airport
Umea UME Umea Airport
Vasteras VST Vasteras Haslo Airport
Vaxjo VXO Vaxjo Kronoberg Airport
Vilhelmina VHM Vilhelmina Airport
Visby VBY Visby Airport

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There are many airports in Sweden. However, not all Sweden airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Sweden airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports. AirGorilla offers flights, hotels, and rental car reservations for Sweden.

The Kingdom of Sweden (Swedish: Konungariket Sverige) is a Nordic country in Scandinavia. The country is somewhat larger than the U.S. state of California, and in 2006 it had a population of 9 million people. Laponia is the largest tract of unspoiled natural land in Europe. East of Sweden lies the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia, providing a long coastline, and mellowing the climate. To the west is the Scandinavian mountain chain, a range that separates Sweden from Norway.

The southern part of the country is predominantly agricultural, with forests covering a larger percentage of the land the further north one goes. Population density is also higher in southern Sweden, with centres being in the valley of lake Malaren and the Oresund region. Gotland and Oland are the largest islands of Sweden.

Sweden enjoys a mostly temperate climate despite its northern latitude, mainly because of the Gulf Stream. In the south of Sweden, leaf-bearing trees are prolific, further north pines, spruces and in the very north hardy birches dominate the landscape. In the mountains of northern Sweden a sub-Arctic climate predominates. North of the Arctic Circle, the sun never sets for part of each summer, and in the winter, night is unending for a corresponding period.

Sweden has a low population density except in its metropolitan areas, with most of the inland consisting of forests. The country has large natural resources of water, timber, and iron ore. Its citizens enjoy a high standard of living in a country that is generally perceived as modern and liberal.

Following the end of the Viking Age, Sweden became part of the Kalmar Union together with Denmark and Norway (Finland at this time was a part of the Swedish kingdom). Sweden left the union in the beginning of the 16th century, and more or less constantly battled its neighbours for many years, especially Russia and the still united Denmark-Norway, which never completely accepted Sweden leaving the union. In the 17th century Sweden extended its territory through warfare and became a Great Power, twice its current size. By 1814 Sweden had lost its empire as well as Finland, previously an integral part of the Kingdom of Sweden. Since 1814, Sweden has been at peace, adopting a non-aligned foreign policy in peacetime and neutrality in wartime.

Sweden has been a major European exporter of iron, copper and timber since the Middle Ages. However, improved transportation and communication allowed it to utilize natural assets from different parts of the country on a far larger scale, most notably timber and iron ore. Economic liberalization as well as universal schooling contributed to the rapid industrialization and by the 1890s the country had begun to develop an advanced manufacturing industry. (airports)

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