Charter a Private Jet at Gothenburg Landvetter
Sweden’s second most populous city is best reached independently of commercial airlines, whose itineraries can often be less than ideal when you’re trying to work around a busy meeting schedule. Similarly, opting for a nonstop executive charter from Gothenburg to other European cities can save hours that would otherwise be wasted in queues and crowded airport lounges. Gothenburg Landvetter Airport’s convenient location and first class VIP service ensures that the transfer from your private aircraft to the city centre is a smooth and comfortable one.
Gothenburg Landvetter Airport History
In 1972, construction began on a new airport for Gothenburg to replace Torslanda Airport, which opened in 1923 and was located further north of the city. The official opening of the new Gothenburg (GOT) Airport was celebrated in 1977.
As the number of international flights exceeded domestic connections, the airport’s operating company expanded the international terminal in 2013. In the following year, the domestic and international terminals merged into one terminal, allowing all passengers access to the airport’s many shops and restaurants.
A further expansion of the terminal with three new jet bridges is set for construction between 2018 and 2020. This will be followed by improved connections to Gothenburg’s transportation network.
Gothenburg (GOT) Airport’s Convenient Location
Gothenburg’s remaining commercial airport (its City Airport ceased commercial flights in 2015) is located 27 kilometres from the city centre. Following the arrival of your flight to Gothenburg Landvetter, most city districts and local attractions are an easy 20 minute car journey.
Distance from Gothenburg Landvetter Airport to:
- Gothenburg city centre: approx. 27 kilometres by car
- Swedish Exhibition and Conference Centre: approx. 23 kilometres by car
- Lilla Bommen district (incl. Gothenburg Harbour): approx. 26 kilometres by car
- Kronhuset: approx. 28 kilometres by car
- Avenyn: approx. 24 kilometres by car
- Röhsska Museum: approx. 24 kilometres by car
- Slottsskogen: approx. 27 kilometres by car
- Archipelago of Gothenburg: approx. 49 kilometres by car and/or ferry
Advantages of a Charter Flight to or from Gothenburg Landvetter
A private jet to Gothenburg Landvetter is both comfortable and time efficient, avoiding the queues and long pre-boarding times required for commercial flights. Travelling in your own aircraft means that service on board as well as on the ground is designed according to your wishes. Whether travelling for business or leisure, you’ll enjoy relaxing in first class comfort and a completely discrete atmosphere.
Your itinerary can be tailored to your preference with regard to departure time, route, and stopovers. The crew organises everything according to your schedule. The most common connections for private jets to and from Gothenburg are:
- Gothenburg Landvetter ✈ Stockholm Arlanda (ESSA / ARN): approx. 57 minutes
- Gothenburg Landvetter ✈ Stockholm Bromma (ESSB / BMA): approx. 56 minutes
- Gothenburg Landvetter ✈ Malmö (ESMS / MMX): approx. 47 minutes
- Gothenburg Landvetter ✈ Oslo Gardermoen (ENGM / OSL): approx. 50 minutes
- Gothenburg Landvetter ✈ Umeå (ESNU / UME): approx. 1 hour 27 minutes
A flight to Sweden’s capital is under an hour, whether flying into Stockholm’s Arlanda or Bromma airports. The former is the largest airport in Sweden and receives the bulk of the country’s international flights. Sweden’s most populous city to the south, Malmö is approximately 47 minutes by charter flight from Gothenburg Landvetter. Olso is just slightly longer at around 50 minutes. The airport at Gardermoen is Norway’s principal airport and the best connection for private aircraft to the capital.
Gothenburg Landvetter Airport Runway
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Hire a Private Jet to Gothenburg Landvetter and Enjoy VIP Service
You will enjoy first class service and a convenient departure time to suit your schedule when you hire a charter flight to Gothenburg Landvetter Airport. The airport’s business facilities include several conference and meeting rooms accommodating up to 65 participants. For larger events, conference space at the airport’s hotel has capacity for up to 150 people. The airport in Gothenburg has two VIP lounges, the Menzies Aviation Lounge for international flight passengers located at Gate 18, and the BRA Lounge for domestic flight passengers at Gate 16.
Clients of private business flights to or from Gothenburg Landvetter enjoy additional services and amenities, such as transfer by private vehicle to the terminal after landing. A separate security checkpoint also saves time pre-flight, while transfer of luggage is taken care of by airport personnel. Private flight passengers also have exclusive use of a VIP room. Arriving passengers can also take advantage of a meet-and-greet service to accompany your party through the airport and facilitate a smooth procedure through customs and immigration.
Transfers to Gothenburg
A convenient limousine service or taxi can be organised to see you into town upon landing. Or for those who prefer to drive themselves, several hire car companies operate near Gothenburg Airport’s multi-storey carparks.
Charter a Flight to Gothenburg and Discover Sweden's "Little London"
A private jet to Gothenburg Landvetter is the most comfortable means of arriving in Sweden’s second largest city. As a hub for well-known companies such as Volvo and Ericsson, not only is Gothenburg a prosperous business and finance centre, it also has an important role in the oil refinery and steel industries. Last but not least, the city’s busy port, Lilla Bommen, has been the departure point for trade ships going back for centuries and is a highlight for those who enjoy exploring historic sailing vessels.
Gothenburg’s vast network of canals is reminiscent of the great Dutch cities, and its parks, avenues, and thriving café scene lends the urban atmosphere a special charm. Of particular note is the generous natural area set aside for Slottsskogen Park, a great place for people as well as animal watching. To the west of the city is the Archipelago of Gothenburg, a chain of small islands, some reachable by car ferry, but otherwise an excellent excuse for a boat excursion. The main shopping boulevard Avenyn is an inviting place for a stroll, whereas the burgeoning pub culture of Långgatorna has earned Gothenburg the nickname "Little London." Gothenburg’s cultural offerings and landmarks are many, from its famous symbol, the statue of Poseidon, to the Röhsska Museum of Design and Applied Art, to its well-regarded orchestra and opera companies. For a taste of Scandinavian gastronomy, the indoor fish market Feskekörka offers smoked fish of every imaginable variety while local crafts are displayed and sold in the city’s oldest non-residential building, the Kronhuset.
- Airport code: ESGG / GOT
- Altitude: 154 m (505 ft) above MSL
- Passengers per year: 6,369,397 (2016)
- Aircraft types: all common aircraft and weight classes
- Runway operating hours: 24/7
- Runways: 1 (3,299 m)
- Stockholm Arlanda Airport (Sweden)
- Stockholm Bromma Airport (Sweden)
- Malmö Airport (Sweden)
- Oslo Gardermoen Airport (Norway)
- Umeå Airport (Sweden)
- Linköping Airport (Sweden)
- Hannover Airport (Germany)
- Mora Airport (Sweden)
- Kristianstad Airport (Sweden)
- Luleå Airport (Sweden)
- Helsinki Airport (Finland)
- Gothenburg City Airport (Sweden)
- Aalborg Airport (Denmark)
- Sundsvall Härnösand Airport (Sweden)
- Ronneby Airport (Sweden)