Bromma is also a slightly smaller and easy-to-maneuver airport. When you land, you have a short walking distance to the exit and baggage claim. If you are going on a connecting flight, follow the Connecting Flights sign and go directly to the gates. From Bromma, you can easily get further by taxi, bus, airport shuttle, rental car, or cross-railway, all of which you will find right outside the exit. If you are going to Stockholm C, the fastest option is to turn left after the exit and then take the cross train line 31, with an easy change to the subway in Alvik Strand. Find out more about your options via the button below, then go to “Get to the airport”
If you haven’t already checked in with the “BRA” app or online, you can do so directly in the machines at BMA. There you print out both the boarding pass and any luggage tags and can then leave the luggage at bag-drop. You can always go to the service desk where you can get all the help you need from BRA’s friendly staff.
Then you are ready to pass the security check and walk a short distance to the gates. When it’s time for boarding, BRA’s staff calls out your flight and where the aircraft is parked.
Pre-book no later than 48 hours before departure. After you have checked in, you will be met at the designated meeting point in the terminal. If you need help entering the terminal and assistance during check-in, register at a Help point outside the terminal entrance. You will then be assisted to the aircraft.
Before the security check, you can buy food, salads, sandwiches, and smoothies, but also coffee, ice cream, and sweets.
Inside the gates, you will find both a kiosk and a small bar with light dishes, coffee, beer, and wine.