Serving much of western Sweden, Gothenburg Landvetter Airport handles 4.9 million passengers yearly. From the airport, 20 km (13 miles) east of Gothenburg, regular express buses take about 30 minutes to transport you into the city centre.
Landvetter Airport offers a good selection of shops, primarily focusing on giftware, fashion and similar items, including Swedish specialities. Passengers from outside the EU can buy duty-free, but the majority of flights serve domestic and EU destinations. However, certain shops, notably the airside perfumery, offer prices considerably lower than those of the Gothenburg 'high street'. Also airside, Pressbyrån has a selection of multilingual books and newspapers.
Wireless high-speed internet access (payable by credit card or pre-purchased voucher) is available via the airport's own network.
East & Drink
Two bars, A-Baren and Duproti Bar, plus a coffee bar and a juice bar, are available in Landvetter's transit area, offering meals and snacks. The Kattegatt Restaurant is a further airside eating option, serving hot and cold dishes, as well as providing a take-away service.
In the check-in area, a café offers light food and sandwiches.