Presentation on theme: "Stockholm Arlanda Airport 2010. Communication – a necessity Tourists Business people Political leaders Athletes Researchers Performers Students Entrepreneurs."— Presentation transcript:
Stockholm Arlanda Airport 2010
Communication – a necessity Tourists Business people Political leaders Athletes Researchers Performers Students Entrepreneurs Sales people Diplomats
The natural centre of Scandinavia, with the largest population. Among the best academic institutions in the world. 2/3 of the worlds 100 largest companies with regional offices choose Sweden and Stockholm. Scandinavias largest hospitality industry. Foreign visitors spend SEK 67 billion per year on food, lodgings and shopping. Sweden exports more than SEK 1,200 billion worth of goods and services per year.
17 million passengers airport-based employees 80 airlines 180 destinations movements tonnes cargo & mail More than 100 shops, restaurants, cafées och service facilities parking spaces Buses, trains, taxi 50 kilometres fence Stockholm Arlanda Airport
From elite travel to public transport 2/3 international, 1/3 domestic , million 4.3 million 14.8 million 18.3 million Number of passengers
Air cargo Perishables, medicines, IT products Several thousand new jobs in the long term Attracts long-haul air routes One tenth of Swedens export value (plus one tenth by lorry to other airports)
The shortest route – better for passengers and the environment Example Kuala Lumpur – New York via Stockholm 8,467 km viaCopenhagen+106 km London+247 km Frankfurt+270 km New York USA Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
CO 2 Vision Zero for own Activities % reduction in 2010 (from 2006) Focus on Energy & Ground Transports Climate Neutrality/offsets Energy 100% renewable energy supply % renewable fuels in % less electricity in % less energy in 2010 Land and Water Minimised effects on waterways Recycling of de-icing fluids Continuous reduction of chemicals Noise Continuously expose less people to noise 8 of 10 approaches are Green in 2012 Curved Approches
Sigtuna, the airports home municipality Relations with airport neighbours Regional collaboration projects Civil aviation industry Air Traffic Control The Swedish State International cooperation Collaboration efforts
Advantages and disadvantages The hospitality industry – one of Swedens largest export industries. Swedens exports of goods and services are equivalent to half of GDP. In value terms, 10% of Swedens exports are sent as air cargo… …and another 10% by lorry to airports outside Sweden. The knowledge industry, the cultural sphere and political and social exchanges among countries require aviation. Arlanda, Swedavia, LFV and the aviation industry are working to reduce such disadvantages as noise and emissions, but to increase the advantages that efficient transport services provide:
This is why we need efficient transport services Air travel takes us on the shortest path to the right places in the shortest time. It is good for the environment, for exchanges of ideas, goods and services... …which in turn strengthen our economy and prosperity. Thank you for your attention.