ESSA/ARN - STOCKHOLM/ARLANDA

59 39.07N 017 55.07E

Contacts

Swedavia AB
Stockholm Arlanda Airport
SE-190 45 Stockholm-Arlanda 
Sweden
PH: +46(0)10 -  109 10 00
Email: info.arlanda@swedavia.se

AFS: ESSAZTZX
Website:
www.swedavia.se/arlanda/
www.swedavia.net/airport/Arlanda









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STOCKHOLM/ARLANDA

THE AIRPORT FOR THE FUTURE

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METAR


Technical Information

Arlanda TWR (ATS)
Phone:
+46 (0)8 - 594 922 50
+46 (0)8 - 594 922 60
+46 (0)8 - 797 60 00

Email address:
NIL 

Arlanda RAMP/APRON TWR:
+46 (0)8 - 94 10 92

Postal address:
LFV
Flygtrafikledningen
SE-190 45 Stockholm-Arlanda
ESSAZTZX

Arlanda TWR Primary (HO):
118.505 MHz H24         RWY 01L/19R and CTR Sector West
125.130 MHz H24         RWY 01R/19L 
128.730 MHz H24         RWY 08/26 and CTR Sector East
123.100  MHz H24

Arlanda TWR Emergency (HO):
121.500 MHz  

Arlanda TWR SAR
123.100 MHz

Stockholm CTL:
123.755 MHz

Stockholm APPROACH
123.755 MHz

Arlanda GND/TAXI:
121.705 Mhz Push-back and taxi instructions
121.980 Mhz Push-back and taxi instructions
121.930 Mhz Push-back and taxi instructions

Arlanda ATIS
ARRIVAL: 119.005 Mhz.
DEPARTURE: 121.630 Mhz 

Arlanda MET OFFICE:
122.600 Mhz (for reporting of aircraft observations

Arlanda Clearance delivery
121.830 Mhz ATC clearance

123.755 Mhz Stockholm control

Arlanda DVOR/DME
116.000 MHz ARL 

ILS/DME RWY 01L SSA CATIII
109.90 MHz

ILS/DME RWY 19R NSA CAT I
110.70 MHz

ILS/DME RWY 01R TSA CATIII
109.35 MHz

ILS/DME RWY 19L USA CAT III 
111.35 MHz

LLZ RWY 08 WSA
110.10 MHz

ILS/DME RWY 26 ESA CAT I
110.10 MHz

NDB:
348 KHz WA
383 kHz ERK
330 kHz LNA

See AIP for more information

VFR Entry/Exit point
SKEDVIKEN 594614N 0181526E
VADA           593525N 0181248E
VASSUNDA 594223N 0174438E


Holding
ODENSALA: Hold at Odensala Church, west of
point 593948N 0175054E

MARKIM: Hold at Markim Church, east of point
593630N 0180359E


Vertical limits
ARLANDA CTR (and Sector W and E)
GND/2000 ft AMSL (C)

TMA
STOCKHOLM TMA b 
2000 ft AMSL /FL 95 (C)
GND/2000 ft AMSL (G)

STOCKHOLM TMA g 
1200 ft GND /FL 95 (C)
GND/1200 ft AMSL (G)

STOCKHOLM TMA f 
1500 ft GND /FL 95 (C)
GND /1500 ft (G)


Entry / exit point
SKEDVIKEN 594614N 0181526E
VADA 593525N 0181248E
VASSUNDA 594223N 0174438E


Holding
ODENSALA: Hold at Odensala Church, west of point 593948N 0175054E
MARKIM: Hold at Markim Church, east of point 593630N 0180359E


FLIGHT PROCEDURES
1. Inbound IFR traffic
1.1 Planning
Inbound traffic shall be planned via following TMA entry
points: NILUG, XILAN, HMR and ELTOK.

Between 2330-0430 (2230-0330) the shortest distance from
the TMA entry point to the FAP may be seen as the expected
track to the start of the instrument approach procedure.
Deviation from the track may be regarded as a delaying
action.

1.1.1 Descent planning
Pilots shall plan descent into Stockholm TMA in accordance
with STAR descriptions as published on ESSA 4-45 through
ESSA 4-66.
Speed restrictions before entering the TMA can be expected.
Plan descent so that highest entry level into the TMA is not
exceeded in spite of speed restrictions.

1.2 Approach speed limits
Unless otherwise instructed following speeds applies. Aircraft
unable to conform shall inform ATCC. Aircraft below FL100
shall fly at maximum IAS 250 kt. When established on final
approach track, aircraft shall maintain IAS 160 kt until
passing DME distance corresponding to OM stated on IAC.
AIP SVERIGE/SWEDEN AD 2 ESSA 1-21
STOCKHOLM/Arlanda
LFV
AIRAC AMDT 3/2020
21 MAY 2020

1.3 Separation
2.5 NM separation can be used in accordance with
conditions described in ENR 1.6 para 2.

1.4 Visual approach
Visual approach will only be permitted if approach aids are
unserviceable or to avoid significant weather conditions

Aircraft cleared visual approach shall maintain 2500 ft until
established on final track and further descent shall not be
below a descent path that would be followed using the ILS-glide
path.

Outbound IFR traffic
2.1 Planning
Outbound traffic shall be planned via following exit points:
ARS, BABAP, PETEV, KOGAV, TOVRI, NOSLI, RESNA and
TRS.

2.1.1 Outbound traffic destination ESSB
Traffic shall be flight planned via SBA. Clearance will be
given on SID or vectoring in accordance with runway in use
at STOCKHOLM/Arlanda and STOCKHOLM/Bromma.

2.1.2 Outbound traffic destination ESCM
Trafik ska planeras via KOGAV. Klarering kommer att
innehålla informationer om SID eller vektorering beroende på
bana i användning på STOCKHOLM/Arlanda och UPPSALA.
Traffic shall be flight planned via KOGAV. Clearance will be
given on SID or vectoring in accordance with runway in use
at STOCKHOLM/Arlanda and UPPSALA.

2.2 Climb speed
Jet aircraft unable to climb with IAS 190 kt or more 2 NM
after take-off shall inform TWR before take-off.

2.3 Initial contact on FMS/RNAV SID
Departing aircraft shall change frequency to STOCKHOLM
CONTROL only when instructed from TWR. At first contact
report altitude to verify SSR mode C.

2.3.1 Aircraft not able follow FMS/RNAV SID
Aircraft shall inform Clearance Delivery. Aircraft will be
vectored to exit point stated in flight plan.
Departing aircraft shall change frequency to STOCKHOLM
CONTROL only when instructed from TWR. At first contact
report altitude and state “UNABLE RNAV SID”.

2.4 Non SID departures
IFR traffic not cleared via SID will be vectored. The
procedure will be used with following conditions:
• 0500-2100 (0400-2000) • 0500-2100 (0400-2000)
• For prop/turbo-prop aircraft with MTOM 9000 kg or
less
• For prop/turbo-prop aircraft with MTOM more than
9000 kg but less than 136000 kg certified in
accordance with Chapter 3, 4 or 5
• Initial climb clearance will be 3000 ft
• Unless otherwise instructed by TWR turn to assigned
heading shall be initiated when passing 600 ft
TKOF RWY 19R will initially be cleared on SID to
3000 ft
• Aircraft shall maintain ROC 700 ft/min or more. If
unable inform ATC

2.5 Omnidirectional departure procedures
See: AIP 

3. Radio communication

3.1 Two way radio communication
Exception from two-way radio communication is not
accepted.

3.2 Communication failure
Aircraft shall follow procedures in ENR 1.3 para 10. For IFR
traffic inbound STOCKHOLM/Arlanda following additional
procedures will apply;
• Maintain last received and acknowledged altitude
• Proceed to relevant entry point in TMA
• Proceed to TEB VOR
• In TEB holding descent to 2500 ft
• Carry out approach in accordance with:
AIP AD 2 ESSA 1-23

3.3 Missed approach in case of communication failure:
AIP AD 2 ESSA 1-23

3.4 Missed approach in case of communication failure,
ACFT with RNAV capability:
AIP AD 2 ESSA 1-23

4. Low visibility procedures (LVP):
AIP AD 2 ESSA 1-23
AIP AD 2 ESSA 1-24

LVP will be in operation when RVR falls below 550 m or
when ceiling or vertical visibility falls below 200 ft.
The application of LVP will be announced in ATIS.

4.2 CAT II/III RWY
RWY 01L and 01R/19L are approved for CATII/III.

4.2.1 Approach spacing
In order to maintain protection on ILS, no vehicle or aircraft
shall penetrate sensitive areas. In order to fullfil requirement
more than 5 NM spacing between arrivals will be used.

4.2.2 RWY exit
RWY 01L: All exits not exceeding 90° are available, Y8 and
Y6 are RET.
RWY 01R: All exits not exceeding 90° are available, W5 and
W6 are RET.
RWY 19L: All exits not exceeding 90° are available, W4 and
W3 are RET.
Centre line lights on all exits are color coded green/yellow
until RWY strip area is vacated. See AD ESSA 2-4.

5. VFR traffic:
AIP AD 2 ESSA 1-24

5.1 STOCKHOLM TMA
Procedures in ENR 1.2 applies.

5.2 STOCKHOLM/Arlanda CTR
Procedures in ENR 1.2 para 4 applies. Entry/exit points see
ESSA 6-1.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
1. Stop Bars and RGLs
Stop bars and RGLs (Runway Guard Lights) are used H24 at
all runways – active as well as inactive.
• Crossing of a lighted stop bar is prohibited.
• Traffic may proceed only with explicit clearance
from ATC and only after the stop bar has been
switched off.

2. Prior Permission Required (PPR)/Prior notice (PN) in
Stockholm TMA

2.1 Prior Permission Required (PPR) for Aerial
photographing within Stockholm TMA.

Aerial photographing is normally not permitted within
Stockholm TMA MON-FRI between 0500-0900 (0400-0800)
and 1300-2100 (1200-2000), and SUN 1100-2100
(1000-2000). TMA Sector Västerås excluded.

Aerial photographing is normally not permitted below 6000 ft
AMSL above ESSA and ESSB CTR and within the following
coordinates in the aerodromes vicinity;
595638N0172845E – 595609N0183618E –
591038N0183242E – 591312N0171630E.

Deviations from the time limit may be made by Watch
Supervisor Stockholm ACC phone +46 (0)8 585 547 02.

2.2 Prior Notice is required for the following operations
within STOCKHOLM TMA;
School and training flights, including “airwork”,
holding and repeated instrument approaches
• Geological survey flights
• Parachute dropping
• Calibration flight for nav-aids and approach aids

Before submitting a flight plan the operator shall give prior
notice or get prior permission of the flight by Watch
Supervisor Stockholm ACC phone +46 (0)8 585 547 02.

3. Operations with large aircraft
Large aircraft is considered as aircraft with wingspan with
more than 65 m.

3.1 A380 operations
• RWY 01L/19R and RWY 26 will be used landing.
• RWY 01L/19R will be used for take-off.
• RWY exit Y1, Y2, Y9 and Y10 are approved.
• RWY entry Y1 and Y10 are approved.
• RWY exit X2 is approved.
• Idle thrust shall be used on outer engines when
taxiing.
• All taxiing will be marshalled.
• TWY Y, PA and X between Y-ZQ, U between Y-UE
and UE will be used for taxiing.
• Judgemental oversteer shall be used.
• Parking will take place at F36R Pier F or at stands
R9, R9C, R10 on apron R.
• A380 towbar is not available at the airport.
Operator shall secure for arrangements with own
equipment.
• A380 operator is responsible for contracting handling
company before using the airport.

3.2 An-124 operations
• RWY 01L/19R and RWY 26 will be used landing.
• RWY 01L/19R will be used for take-off.
• RWY exit X2 is approved.
• All taxiing will be marshalled.
• TWY Y, PA and X between X2-Y, U between Y-UE
and UE will be used for taxiing.
• Judgemental oversteer shall be used.
• Parking will take place at R9C.
• An-124 operator is responsible for contracting
handling company before using the airport.

3.3 B747-8 operations
• RWY 01L/19R and RWY 26 will be used landing.
• RWY 01L/19R will be used for take-off.
• RWY exit/entry Y1, Y2, Y9 och Y10 are approved.
• RWY exit X2 is approved.
• All taxiing will be marshalled.
• TWY Y, PA and X between Y-ZQ, U between Y-UE
and UE will be used for taxiing.
• Judgemental oversteer shall be used.
• Parking will take place at F36R Pier F or at stands
R9, R9C, R10 on apron R.
• B747-8 operator is responsible for contracting
handling company before using the airport.

RUNWAYS AND LANDING AIDS

RWY 01L 
Dimension: Length 3 301 m Width 45 m
SURFACE: Asphalt PCN 119 F/A/X/T 
THR ELEV: 98.6 ft,
THR COORD: 593814.11N 0175447.60E

DECLARED DISTANCES
TORA: 3301 m
TODA: 3301 m
ASDA: 3301 m
LDA:    3301 m 

APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTNING
APCH LGT: Barrette CL, CAT II/III, 900 m
VASIS: PAPI
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RWY 19R 
Dimension: Length 3 301 m Width 45 m
SURFACE: Asphalt PCN 119 F/A/X/T
THR ELEV: 118.2 ft,
THR COORD: 593959.04N 0175525.56E 

DECLARED DISTANCES
TORA: 3301 m
TODA: 3301 m
ASDA: 3301 m
LDA:    3301 m 

APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTNING
APCH LGT: Calvert CAT I , 900 m
VASIS: PAPI
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RWY 01R 
Dimension: Length 2 500 m Width 45 m
SURFACE: Asphalt PCN 80 F/A/X/T
THR ELEV: 138.0 ft,
THR COORD: 593735.03N 0175702.67E

DECLARED DISTANCES
TORA: 2500 m
TODA: 2500 m
ASDA: 2500 m
LDA:    2500 m 

APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTNING
APCH LGT: Barrette CL, CAT II/III, 900 m
VASIS: PAPI
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RWY 19L 
Dimension: Length 2 500 m Width 45 m
SURFACE: Asphalt PCN 80 F/A/X/T
THR ELEV: 98.9 ft,
THR COORD: 593854.49N 0175731.48E

DECLARED DISTANCES
TORA: 2500 m
TODA: 2500 m
ASDA: 2500 m
LDA:    2500 m

APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTNING
APCH LGT: Barrette CL, CAT II/III, 900 m
VASIS: PAPI
===================================================
RWY 08 
Dimension: Length 3 301 m Width 45 m
SURFACE: Asphalt PCN 90 F/B/X/T
THR ELEV: 108.0 ft,
THR COORD: 593930.31N 0175610.08E   

DECLARED DISTANCES
TORA: 2500 m
TODA: 2800 m
ASDA: 2500 m
LDA:    2500 m

APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTNING
APCH LGT: Barrette CL, CAT I, 600 m
VASIS: PAPI
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RWY 26 
Dimension: Length 2 500 m Width 45 m
SURFACE: Asphalt PCN 90 F/B/X/T
THR ELEV: 124.8 ft,
THR COORD: 593950.03N 0175844.96E

DECLARED DISTANCES
TORA: 2500 m
TODA: 2500 m
ASDA: 2500 m
LDA:    2500 m

APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTNING
APCH LGT: Calvert, CAT 1, 900 m 

Remarks:
RRWY 01L:
LED lights on RTZL and RCLL
APCH, RWY and TWY lighting, see also ESSA 2-4

RWY 19R:
LED lights on RCLL
APCH, RWY and TWY lighting, see also ESSA 2-4

RWY 01R:
LED lights on RTZL and RCLL
APCH, RWY and TWY lighting, see also ESSA 2-4

RWY 19L:
LED lights on RTZL and RCLL
APCH, RWY and TWY lighting, see also ESSA 2-4

RWY 08:
LED lights on APCH, RTHL, RCLL, REDL and RENL
APCH, RWY and TWY lighting, see also ESSA 2-4

RWY 26:
LED lights on RTHL, RCLL, REDL and RENL
APCH, RWY and TWY lighting, see also ESSA 2-4

APRON SURFACE AND STRENGTH
Apron D ASPH PCN 90 F/B/X/T
Apron E ASPH PCN 75 F/A/X/T
Apron F ASPH PCN 93 F/B/X/T
Apron G ASPH PCN 90 F/B/X/T
Apron H ASPH PCN 61 F/A/X/T
Apron K ASPH PCN 90 F/B/X/T
Apron L ASPH PCN 41 F/A/X/T
Apron M ASPH PCN 105 F/A/X/T
Apron R ASPH PCN 87 F/A/X/T
Apron AB ASPH PCN 92 F/B/X/T
Apron BC ASPH PCN 78 F/A/X/T
Apron CD ASPH PCN 119 F/A/X/T
Apron FA ASPH PCN 102 F/A/X/T
Apron J North part ASPH PCN 105 F/A/X/T
Apron J South part ASPH PCN 98 R/B/X/T
Apron S North part ASPH PCN 67 F/A/X/T
Apron S South part ASPH PCN 41 F/A/X/T

TWY WIDTH, SURFACE AND STRENGTH
TWY apron D 25 m ASPH PCN 68 F/B/X/T
TWY EA 25 m ASPH PCN 75 F/A/X/T
TWY JV 19 m ASPH PCN 72 F/A/X/T
TWY KW 25 m ASPH PCN 72 F/A/X/T
TWY LY 14 m ASPH PCN 28 F/A/X/T
TWY M 25 m ASPH PCN 88 F/A/X/T
TWY PA 25 m ASPH PCN 105 F/A/X/T
TWY SC 25 m ASPH PCN 67 F/A/X/T
TWY U east part 23 m ASPH PCN 84 F/A/X/T East of TWY UE
TWY U west part 25 m ASPH PCN 84 F/A/X/T West of TWY UE
TWY UA 25 m ASPH PCN 68 F/B/X/T
TWY UB 25 m ASPH PCN 68 F/B/X/T
TWY UC 25 m ASPH PCN 84 F/A/X/T
TWY UD 25 m ASPH PCN 84 F/A/X/T
TWY UE 25 m ASPH PCN 84 F/A/X/T
TWY UF 25 m ASPH PCN 106 F/A/X/T
TWY UG 25 m ASPH PCN 80 F/A/X/T
TWY W 23 m ASPH PCN 89 F/A/X/T
TWY W1 25 m ASPH PCN 77 F/A/X/T
TWY W2 25 m ASPH PCN 113 F/A/X/T
TWY W3 25 m ASPH PCN 76 F/A/X/T
TWY W4 25 m ASPH PCN 79 F/A/X/T
TWY W5 25 m ASPH PCN 97 F/A/X/T
TWY W6 25 m ASPH PCN 96 F/A/X/T
TWY W7 25 m ASPH PCN 98 F/A/X/T
TWY W8 25 m ASPH PCN 69 F/A/X/T
TWY X east part 25 m ASPH PCN 72 F/A/X/T East of TWY W
TWY X west part 25 m ASPH PCN 90 F/A/X/T West of TWY W
TWY X2 25 m ASPH PCN 68 F/A/X/T
TWY X3 25 m ASPH PCN 64 F/A/X/T
TWY X5 25 m ASPH PCN 116 F/A/X/T
TWY Y 25 m ASPH PCN 95 F/A/X/T
TWY Y1 25 m ASPH PCN 85 F/A/X/T
TWY Y2 25 m ASPH PCN 105 F/A/X/T
TWY Y3 25 m ASPH PCN 92 F/A/X/T
TWY Y4 25 m ASPH PCN 124 F/A/X/T
TWY Y5 25 m ASPH PCN 108 F/A/X/T
TWY Y6 25 m ASPH PCN 100 F/A/X/T
TWY Y7 25 m ASPH PCN 118 F/A/X/T
TWY Y8 25 m ASPH PCN 112 F/A/X/T
TWY Y9 25 m ASPH PCN 93 F/A/X/T
TWY Y10 25 m ASPH PCN 101 F/A/X/T
TWY Z 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZE 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZF 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZG 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZH 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZJ 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZK 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZL 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZM 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZN 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZP 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZQ 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZS 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T
TWY ZT 25 m ASPH PCN 70 F/A/X/T

Remarks
TWY U east part Taxiway bridges
TWY W Taxiway bridges

TIME = LMT
ATS
H24

ATS ARO
H24

AD Admin
Mon-Fri: 0700-1530 (0600-1430)
Sat:  closed
Sun: closed

Fuel
H24

Handling
H24

Security
H24

De-Icing
H24

IFR/VFR. Max RWY ref code 4E, all runways

NOTE:
PPR for all VFR-traffic
PH: +46(0)8 - 585 544 50

E-mail:
essaws@lfv.se

Prior permission required (PPR) 30 days in advance of
planned activity. PPR shall be obtained from watch
supervisor Arlanda TWR,

SLOT:
Allocation of departure and arrival aerodrome SLOTs
are mandatory for all flights

Ground Handling:
All flights to and from STOCKHOLM/Arlanda are subject to
mandatory handling or self-handling agreements.

Start-up/Push-back/Taxi:
Approval for start-up/push-back/taxi must be obtained from
”GROUND”.

Mode S Transponder:
Aircraft taxiing between stands shall activate Mode S and
code 2000.

Departure clearance:
Request CLR DEL for clearance.

At request state:
• Type of aircraft
• Stand position
• Latest received ATIS id-letter and QNH

Landing:
Pilots should prepare and plan their landing to be able to
leave the RWY without delay via the high speed turn-offs
when runway conditions permit.
See AOC for LDA information.

If no taxi instructions have been received, aircraft shall hold
before the first parallel taxiway and wait for taxi instructions.

School flights, training flights and aerobatics:
Repeated take-off and landing exercises (TGL), solo flight during
basic training and aerobatics at or in the vicinity of the airport,
is not permitted. 

LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
1. Aerodrome coordination

1.1 Allocation of departure and arrival aerodrome SLOTs
are mandatory for all flights, unless exempted below;

• Flights using STOCKHOLM/Arlanda as alternate for
meteorological reasons

• Flights using STOCKHOLM/Arlanda as alternate for
medical reasons

• Flights using STOCKHOLM/Arlanda as alternate for
technical reasons

• Flights using STOCKHOLM/Arlanda as alternate for
security reasons

• Aircraft on rescue missions

• Helicopter flights during daylight VMC

SLOT request shall be sent to Arlanda Scheduling
Coordinator at the latest 3 hours prior to estimated departure
or arrival

Address:
Airport Coordination Sweden ACS
Box 202
SE-190 47 Stockholm-Arlanda, Sweden

All flights
Phone: +46 (0)70 - 597 82 66

Email:      scr@airportcoordination.com
Internet: www.online-coordination.com

Operational hours: H24
Any change or cancellation in the request of SLOT shall be
reported without delay. SLOT approval does not replace flight
plan or handling request.

1.2 Ground Handling
All flights to and from STOCKHOLM/Arlanda are subject to
mandatory handling or self-handling agreements. Exceptions
apply for hospital flights and state aircrafts.
Operators shall assure arrangements with ground handling
agent or possess a self-handling agreement prior to arrival
and departure. For further information about handling
services or self-handling agreements visit “Aviation business”
at www.swedavia.com/about-swedavia

2. Taxi regulations
2.1 Mode S transponder

STOCKHOLM/Arlanda aerodrome is equipped with an
advanced surface movement radar communicating with
aircrafts and vehicles Mode S transponders to obtain their
position and identification code.
Aircraft operators should ensure that Mode S transponder
are able to operate when the aircraft is on the ground.

Flight crew shall;
from the request for push back or taxi whichever is earlier,
and after landing, continuously until the aircraft is fully parked
on stand:
• Select AUTO mode and the assigned Mode A code.
If AUTO mode is not available, the pilots shall select
XPNDR or the equivalent depending on installed
equipment, and the assigned Mode A code.

• Set the aircraft identification if the aircraft is
equipped with Mode S transponder. The aircraft
identification to be used is specified in Item 7 of the
ICAO ATC Flight plan.

Aircraft taxiing between stands shall activate Mode S and
code 2000.

2.2 Taxi Procedures
Aircraft shall not taxi on the maneuvering area without
clearance from Air Traffic Control and shall comply with any
instructions given by that unit.
Unless otherwise instructed from Air Traffic Control, taxi
routes on GROUND MOVEMENT CHART
ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE applies.

2.2.1 Arrival
Arriving aircraft shall not leave RWY via exit TWY with turn
exceeding 90 degrees.

2.2.2 Departure

2.2.2.1 Departure clearance
Departure clearance may be requested by data-link (DCL)
(SITA/AIRINC) or by RTF from EOBT
-25 minutes until EOBT +10 minutes.

At request state:
• Type of aircraft
• Stand position
• Latest received ATIS id-letter and QNH

Runway other than in use only permitted due performance.
When requesting departure clearance using DCL add; “REQ
[RWY]” in RMK-field in RCD.

Aircraft unable to follow RNAV SID shall when using DCL
add: “REQ URNAV” in RMK-field in RCD.

The following procedure applies for DCL:
• Send a request for clearance (RCD).
• A flight system message (FSM) will be transmitted
   automatically;
     - If the RCD is accepted; a pre-departure clearance
        (CLD) will be issued.
     - If the RCD is rejected; revert to RTF procedures.
• Acknowledge the pre-departure clearance with a
  read back (CDA) within 5 minutes.
• When the CDA is processed successfully; a positive
   FSM will be issued.

When using the DCL service, monitor Clearance Delivery
channel, 121.830 MHz.

Pilots shall verify that SID and runway added into FMS is in
accordance with received clearance. In the event of doubts
or system related problems, RTF procedures shall be
conducted.

A departure clearance issued by RTF always supersedes a
clearance transmitted via DCL.

2.2.2.2 Start-up/Push-back/Taxi
Approval for start-up/push-back/taxi must be obtained from
”GROUND”. Request of such permission shall include stand
or position and only be made when aircraft is fully ready to
comply.

Established push-back procedures according to Airport
Regulations shall be adhered to where push-back is
mandatory.

Push-back approval includes permission to start engines
during push-back.

If push-back not has been commenced within one minute
from approval, the push-back permission will automatically
expire and a push-back permission must be requested again.

2.2.2.2.1 Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM)
Target Off Block Time (TOBT)

1. TOBT must be updated and accurate to within
+/- 5 minutes.

2. TOBT shall be updated through the usual channels,
e.g. standard IATA (ETD) estimated departure
message.

3. Only updates 5 minutes or more should be sent.

4. For a delay of 15 minutes or more, a DLA message
must be sent by the ground handling company or
airline operator.

Target Start Up Approval Time (TSAT)
1. TSAT is provided by ATS with the departure
    clearance.
2. If TSAT is updated pilot will be notified via:
     • DCL or,
     • Docking Guidance System-display or,
     • A-CDM app:
            Download via App Store/Google Play.
            Search for A-CDM ESSA or,
      • On the website:
            https://www.swedavia.net/airport/arlanda/st
            art/om-flygplatsen/operations/a-cdm or,
       • Ground handling company or airline
            operator.

TOBT/TSAT
1. Pilot shall ensure the flight is ready for start-up at
TOBT.
2. If flight is ready before TOBT then TOBT must be
updated by ground handling company or airline
operator.
3. If flight is not ready then TOBT must be updated by
ground handling company or airline operator.
4. Pilot shall take notice of TOBT and TSAT and
comply with them.

Start Request
1. Start-up/push-back shall be requested within TSATwindow
+/- 5 minutes.
2. If pilot has called ready but is then delayed by ATS
there is no requirement for TOBT to be updated.
3. If at TSAT + 5 minutes Arlanda Ground has not
received a start-up request, the aircraft will lose its
TSAT. Pilot shall request new TOBT from ground
handling company or airline operator.
4. Once new TOBT is entered the aircraft will be resequenced
with new TSAT.
5. Aircraft will not be allowed to depart until a valid
TOBT is entered and revised TSAT is given and
complied to.

2.2.2.3 Intermediate take-off position
Take off from intermediate positions shall always be
requested from TWR.

2.2.2.4 Immediate take-off
Flight crew not ready for immediate take-off during outtaxing
shall advise TWR before entering RWY holding position.

2.2.3 Taxi procedures in low visibility conditions
In order to ensure correct taxi operations on aprons not
equipped with taxi lights (apron G, H, J, K and S) following
procedure will apply:

- In RVR less than 550 m during darkness and 350 m during
daylight, marshalling will be conducted between the apron´s
entry/exit point and aircraft stand.

- On apron H and J marshalling will be conducted between the
apron´s entry/exit point and stop line on apron.

3. Apron regulations
3.1 Taxi regulations on apron
ATC is not provided on aprons.
In order to maintain orderly flow on aprons, a limited traffic
information service is provided and all aircraft movements
are subject to prior contact with TWR and are required to
follow procedures shown in AD 2-ESSA-2-5--7 unless
otherwise instructed by TWR.
Following regulations will apply;
Taxiing between terminal building and aircraft after
completed push-back is only allowed after TWR has been
informed and taxiing aircraft has been instructed to do so.

Terminal 2
Taxiing out shall take place as follows:
From stand 62 out via UA.
From stand 63-65 out via UB.
From stand 66-68 out via UC.

Terminal 4
Taxiing to stand 31 shall take place via ZE.
Taxiing and towing on apron area between ZF-ZG is not
allowed.

Terminal 5
Taxiing or towing on apron area is not allowed between
ZH-ZK and ZL-ZN.
Taxiing from TWY to apron FA via ZN only allowed for
aircraft with max wingspan 36 m. Aircraft with wingspan more
than 36 m only allowed via ZN if parking at stand 8.
Taxiing to stand 9 shall take place only via ZL.
Taxiing to stand 10 shall take place only via ZN.
Taxiing to stand 19 shall take place only via ZH.
Taxiing to stand 20 shall take place only via ZK.
Taxiing out from stand 1-7 shall take place via ZL.
Taxiing out from stand 12-18 shall take place via ZK.

3.2 Wing span restrictions
Maximum wing span 24 m for taxiing on apron S south of SC.

3.3 Jet Blast
Engines shall be operated at minimum required thrust on all
aprons when taxiing to avoid jetblast.

4. Helicopter traffic
TWR will advise approach and take off to any RWY.
Taxiing/hover to and from parking stand shall follow
published taxi routes if not otherwise instructed by TWR.

5. Stand regulations
5.1 Reduced safety distances
Reduced safety distances minimum 3 m will apply between
left engine and passenger bridge for A319, B737-600/-700 on
all applicable stands. The procedure is assessed according
to EASA CS ADR-DSN.E.365.

Stand R5
Reduced safety distance minimum 6.2 m will apply on right
side abeam light pole at stand R4 for ACFT with wingspan
above 63 m but not 65 m. Light pole marked with colour and
lights. The procedure is assessed according to EASA CS
ADR-DSN.E.365.

5.2 Push and Hold
When delayed by CTOT, aircraft may be ordered to push and
hold to release stand capacity according to instructions from
TWR.

5.3 Push-back
Push-back is compulsory for all nose-in stands. For selfservice
stands push-back is normally mandatory for all jetaircraft,
however deviations are allowed. Handling agent will
inform if applicable or not, according to Airport Regulations.
Power-back as an

5.4 Parking Guidance System
Whenever parking guidance system is not activated or not
installed, aircraft shall wait on apron taxi line or outside
parking stand whichever applicable until parking guidance
system has been activated or until signal from a marshal for
entering has been received.

5.5 Use of APU
APU shall not be started earlier than 5 min before estimated
time for push-back or taxiing.
On arrival the APU must be shut down not later than 5 min
after on-block.

6. De/anti-icing regulations

6.1 De/anti-icing is available through following
companies;
Menzies Aviation +46(0)8 - 797 80 70
Aviator                    +46(0)8 - 797 71 90
SK ICE                     +46(0)8 - 797 59 96

6.2 Procedure
De-icing will take place at parking stand or other advised deicing
spot.
At T2 push-back will be performed before de-icing starts.

7. RWY regulations
7.1 High intensity runway operations (HIRO)

In order to reduce delays and expedite traffic HIRO should as
far as possible be applied to all aircraft.

7.1.1 Landing
RWY other than in use only permitted due flight safety,
HOSP or performance.
Pilots should prepare and plan their landing to be able to
leave the RWY without delay via the high speed turn-offs
when RWY conditions permit. Distances from RWY THR to
turn-off point on RWY CL:
See table on AD 2 ESSA 1-19, 7.1.1 Landing

If no taxi instructions have been received, aircraft shall hold
before the first parallel taxiway and wait for taxi instructions.

7.1.2 Take-off
Pilots should commence take-off roll without delay on receipt
of take-off clearance. If unable to comply TWR should be
notified in advance.

7.1.2.1 Intersection take-off position
Aircraft shall request intersection take-off position from
“GROUND” earliest when on TWY or on initial contact with
TWR.

8. Restrictions for other flights
8.1 School flights, training flights and aerobatics
Repeated take-off and landing exercises, solo flight during
basic training and aerobatics at or in the vicinity of the airport,
is not permitted.

8.2 Photo-, survey- and calibration flights
Prior permission required (PPR) 30 days in advance of
planned activity. PPR shall be obtained from watch
supervisor Arlanda TWR,
PH +46 (0)8 - 585 544 50
Email: essaws@lfv.se

NOTE: All information above collected from AIP


Vertical limits

ARLANDA CTR
2000 ft AMSL/GND

Sector East
2000 ft AMSL/GND

Sector West
2000 ft AMSL/GND

3. Airspace classification
C

Ground Handling for passenger baggage
Click here

ASE Handling
Telephone: +46(0)8 - 720 00 22
VHF Radio: 131.925 Mhz, SITA: ARNAAXH
E-mail: arn@asehandling.com
Website: www.asehandling.com
ASE Handling (Airline Support Executive) provides services for non-scheduled flights, such as business jet and VIP/CIP flights.

GATE:
Meeting point/security gate is located at Pilotvägen 10

Flightcrew info:
Inbound Crew Can Call 131.925 MHZ
FBO Located On General Aviation Ramp M (Mike)

Grafair Jet Center
Telephone:   +46-(0)8 - 982600
After hours: +46-(0)707 - 310286
VHF Radio: 131.75 Mhz, SITA: ARNGAXH
E-mail: arlanda@grafair.se
Website: www.grafair.se/en/
You will find all other info on their website.

GATE:
Meeting point/security gate is located at Pilotvägen 10

Flightcrew info:
Inbound Crew Can Call 131.75 Mhz
FBO Located On Ramp J (JULIETTE)

NOTE: The airport does not have a GA terminal with its own dedicated entrance/exit. ASE has both a crew & VIP lounge and a dedicated ramp for Executive jets, however pax/crew must use the T5 Sky City Standard Executive Arrival/departure area.ASE provides airside VIP transport between these areas which takes approximately 5-10 min.

Swedavia Airport VIP Service
Private jets and similar:
Click here

Other VIP services:
Click here

Contact:
Ph    +46 (0)10 - 109 12 00
E-mail: vipservice@swedavia.se



Fuel:
AIR BP (Via AFCO) Jet A1, 100LL
Jet A1: No limitations, hydrant fuelling
100LL: Available only at Apron M9 on 1 HR PN
PH +46(0)8 - 585 540 90 

Oil:
Turbo oil, Piston oil, Hydraul oil 

Payment:
For payment of fuel all major credit cards accepted.

Available through following companies;
Menzies Aviation +46(0)8 - 797 80 70
Aviator +46(0)8 - 797 71 90
SK ICE +46(0)8 - 797 59 96

De-icing will take place at parking stand or other advised deicing
spot.
At T2 push-back will be performed before de-icing starts.

1. AD category for fire fighting:
CAT 10

2. Rescue equipment
Tracked vehicle, decontamination vehicle, airport medical assistance,
lift bags, water scooters and rescue rafts

3. Capability for removal of disabled aircraft
By arrangement
On-the-scene commander H24,
+46 (0)10 - 109 14 50

2 fire fighting stations

1. Reverse thrust
Except for safety reasons do not use more than idle-reverse
thrust between 2100-0500 (2000-0400).

2. Use of RWY
For environmental reasons to minimize noise disturbance
following applies;
• RWY 01R is not available for landing with straight
approaches (ILS or LOC) 2100-0500 (2000-0400)
• RWY 19R is not available for take-off unless required
for performance reasons 2100-0500 (2000-0400)
• RWY 08 is not available for landing unless required
for wind conditions
• RWY 26 is not available for take-off unless required
for wind conditions.

Exceptions from these restrictions may be allowed during
special conditions, eg. weather, runwayclosures etc.

3. CDA
The use of CDA is recommended provided this is consistent
with ATCC speed control requirements.
ATCC may give descent clearance which do not comply with
CDA procedures when traffic situation so require.

4. NADP
Standard procedure for noise reduction is recommended to
be applied in accordance with ICAO NADP 2 for all
departures on SID.
Ref ICAO Procedures for Navigation Services Aircraft
Operations Doc 8168 Vol I.

Remark
Note: Noise sensitive area should be avoided
below 2000 ft AMSL

Aircraft with Communication failure is not allowed
to enter Arlanda CTR.
In case of Communication failure proceed to
aerodrome outside Arlanda CTR. 

Remark
Note: Noise sensitive area should be avoided
below 2000 ft AMSL

See also NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES above 

According to AIP

Charges valid from 1 January 2019: Airport Charges and Conditions of Services 2019 – pdf, 1,26 Mb (new window)

Charges valid from 15 January 2020*: Airport Charges and Conditions of Services 2020 – pdf, 0,7 Mb (new window)

*The price list will be updated with the final unit rate for Stockholm Arlanda’s Terminal Navigation Charge 2020 once the Swedish Transport Agency has published its decision.

Please note that the passenger charge will be temporarily decreased by 2.5 SEK in the period 1-14 January 2020 in accordance with the charges decision for 2019.

The passenger charge during this period will be as follows:
Stockholm Arlanda Terminals 2, 4 & 5
Passenger Charge (SEK) Transfer Passenger Charge (SEK)
86.5 50.5

Stockholm Arlanda Terminal 3
Passenger Charge (SEK) Transfer Passenger Charge (SEK)
67.5 39.5

Annual card for Non-commercial aircraft MTOW 5,700 kg:
Apply for an annual card here 

Via handling

Credit Cards accepted at the airport:
Diners Club, Master Card, Eurocard, VISA and American Express

Airport Manager/Director (VD/MD):
Peder Grunditz
Email: peder.grunditz@swedavia.se
PH:

AIS (Flight Planning Service):
+46-(0)8 - 797 63 40

ATCC:
+46-(0)8 - 585 547 00

MET:
+46-(0)8 - 517 887 51

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Transfer

Bus, Taxi or Train

Bus

Transfer Arlanda Airport - Stockholm City, Liljeholmen, Brommaplan, Uppsala, Västerås (who continues to Örebro and Karlstad), etc..
(For further info and booking - Click on links):
Information on airport homepage >> 

Taxi 

Taxis are available directly outside all terminals. You'll only find taxis at the taxi stand that have an agreement with Stockholm Arlanda Airport. Contact the taxi rank officer if you would like to have a specific taxi company or if you have any questions.
(For further info and booking - Click on links):
Information on airport homepage >>

Train

You can choose between high-speed trains - "ArlandaExpress" (see photo above), long-distance trains and commuter trains when you travel to and from Stockholm Arlanda:
Information on airport homepage >> 

Transfer

Hotels

AD's below

Radisson Blu Airport Terminal Hotel

Radisson Blu Airport Terminal Hotel 


PHONE: +46 (0)8 - 506 74 000


Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel

Radisson Blu Arlandia Hotel

PHONE: +46 (0)8 - 506 84 00


Clarion Hotel® Arlanda Airport

Clarion Hotel® Arlanda Airport

PHONE: +46(0)8-444 18 00
BOOKING/CUSTOMER SERVICE (Norway):
+47 (22)-33 42 00

Comfort Hotel® Arlanda Airport

Comfort Hotel® Arlanda Airport

PHONE: +46(0)8-509 28 650
BOOKING/CUSTOMER SERVICE (Norway):
+47 (22)-33 42 00

Car Rental

AD's below

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Stockholm Arlanda Airport

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At Stockholm Arlanda Airport, you can rent cars at Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt.

The airport's car rental company is located in Stockholm Arlanda's car rental center in the long-term car park P2 BETA to which you arrive by Swedavia's bus P2 Beta towards the long-term car park which runs to and from Terminal 2, Terminal 4 and the car rental center.
If you are arriving at Terminal 5 and Terminal F, please walk to Terminal 4 through SkyCity.
You should pick up your car at your car rental company's office, unless otherwise agreed

Swedavia's bus to the long-term car park P2 Beta and the car rental center goes to/from terminal 2 and terminal 4.

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We have integrated the service digitally so that you can make your bookings through this website and our mobile airport website from anywhere.

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2. Click on the button up to the right - with the text
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Airport Contact

Address:

Swedavia Arlanda Airport,
SE-190 45 Stockholm-Arlanda
Sweden

Flygvägen 10
SE-190 45 Stockholm, Sweden

Opening Hours:

AD Administration:
Monday-Friday: 0700-1530 (0600-1430)
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

AD Operating hours:
H24

SFSA Flight Support/Svenskaflygplatser.com does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of any information on this site.
Use at your own risk.
NOT to be used as an official source for flight planning, navigation, or use in flight.

NOTE!
Notices, restrictions and advisories may change at any time and without notice.
Do not attempt any operation whether in the National or in the International Airspace System without first obtaining and understanding a thorough pre-flight briefing.



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