Transfer From Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT) To Umea

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Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport

Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport is the second largest airport after Arlanda in Stockholm. This airport not only welcomes millions of passengers every year but also is an important freight airport. The airport is situated 20 km east of Gothenburg. The top destinations from Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport are mainly European cities. in 2016, nearly 35,400 aircraft operations were registered at this airport. It is planned to build a railway Gothenburg–Borås with a tunnel and a railway station under the airport. The beginning of the construction is 2020 and it is planned to launch it in 2023.

Services for people with reduced mobility

Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport offers wheelchair accessibility for passengers with reduced mobility. We encourage to request a wheelchair 48 hours prior to your departure. The airline usually forwards the information...


Private Transfer Services to and from Umea

Located near the northeast coast of Sweden, Umeå was founded in 1622 by Swedish King Gustav II Adolf. Today, Umeå is often referred to as the “capital of northern Sweden”, since it’s the largest urban community in the region. It’s one of Sweden’s, and Europe’s, fastest-growing cities. Umeå is also known as the City of Birches (Björkarnas Stad). Wandering around the city center, you’ll see why – some 2,300 birches line the avenues. In 1888, parts of Umeå burnt down, leaving thousands of people homeless. When it was rebuilt, birches – whose hard-wood consists of 50 percent water – were planted as a natural fire barricade. To indulge in the atmosphere of Umeå, book a taxi online. We will...