Stockholm: Capital of the world’s second-biggest exporter

Stockholm is known for its beauty and quality of life. And it is also a great destination for business. You can fly to the Swedish capital from Faro Airport in 4h25 on Norwegian, with flights on Saturdays, and SAS, with flights on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

The financial centre of Sweden, Stockholm is highly qualified in the technology industry, as well as being a major player in tourism and services. Many banks are headquartered here. Stockholm is home to companies of various sizes: IKEA, Volvo, H&M, IBM, Electrolux and Ericsson are in Stockholm, as well as banks and insurance companies.

The city’s geographical position also opens many doors to international relations, making Sweden the world’s second-biggest exporter. Key destinations for its exports include Germany, Denmark, the United States, Norway, Finland and the United Kingdom.

With a multitude of restaurants, cafés and pubs to impress customers and loved ones, we recommend the Wedholms Fisk, Operakallaren or the Mancini. When your meetings are over, you can stretch the day out with a visit to the Drottningholm Palace, the Royal Palace or the Storkyrkan Cathedral – in addition to the many other museums, theatres and operas.

If you are hoping to expand your business, consider Stockholm as your next destination. Now Stockholm is closer to you from Faro Airport.


  • Operated by: SAS

  • Dates: October 28 to March 30

  • Frequency: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

  • Operated by: NORWEGIAN

  • Dates: October 28 to March 30

  • Frequency: Saturday

2019-01-31T09:55:22+00:00January 28th, 2019|Categories: Airport, Business, News, Stockholm, Winter Routes|0 Comments

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