Flying to Sweden
The Swedish border is now fully open for all Schengen flights with no quarantine, health documentation, or PCR test results required.
There are also no restrictions for fuel stops or crew changes.
All Schengen citizens and residents may enter Sweden without restrictions and no health documents, PCR tests, or quarantine periods are required.
There are no restrictions for Swedish nationals or residents, but they must show their passport or residency card.
Non-EU citizens and residents can enter in many cases using family ties status such as husband or wife, child or relative, etc.
- Healthcare professionals, health research and elderly care professionals
- Frontier workers
- Transport personnel engaged in the haulage of goods and other transport staff to the extent necessary
- Military personnel and humanitarian workers
- Passengers in transit
- Passengers traveling for imperative family reasons
- Passengers may arrive via business jet and transfer to commercial aircraft without restrictions
- Passengers may also arrive on commercial and transfer to business jets without restrictions
- There are no restrictions for crew – no tests or documents are needed
- Crew ID is required
- Crew can also swap and arrive and depart on commercial flights
There are currently no restrictions on departing Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ESSA) for either passengers or crew.
- There are no restrictions on passengers or crew during a fuel stop and no tests, PCR, or documents are needed
- Crew members may also swap over and enter the border
- Passengers are not allowed to exit the aircraft
For support with your flight operations to Sweden, contact UAS