Athens Airport (ATH) Flights to Stockholm Arlanda Airport Airport (ARN)
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You have a choice of 2 airline companies when flying from Eleftherios Venizelos to Arlanda. The flight time from Eleftherios Venizelos to Arlanda is around 3 Hours 42 Minutes and you will cover 2,452 Km (1,524 Miles). The airport code for Eleftherios Venizelos is ATH and for Arlanda it is ARN.
The cost of ticket prices to Arlanda Sweden can vary quite considerably if you travel at certain times of the week especially at weekends. If you are looking to get the cheapest flights possible then we recommend you travel mid week or in the late evening. On occasions, airliners may have special offers so look out for these. Our recommendation is to book well in advance if you are looking to get the best possible prices.
There is a time difference of 1.0 GMT at Arlanda Sweden, so remember to alter your watch to the correct time upon your arrival.
The table below displays the numbers of daily flights from Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH) to Arlanda (ARN) and the relevant airlines that fly.
The greatest amount of direct flights offered from Eleftherios Venizelos to Arlanda Sweden are by Aegean Airlines with around 6 flights a week. The earliest flight is available at 11:40 and the latest flights at 11:40 with the most popular flight number being A3760.
You can visit Aegean Airlines at aegeanair.com website for late minute deals and up to date information.
Below you can see the times of all flights. These flight times do vary so we recommend you look on the appropriate airline website for accurate information for the dates you are departing.
Instead of flying directly from Eleftherios Venizelos and arrive at Arlanda, you may arrive Arlanda by another airport. Please see chart below for a list of these.
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Don’t forget that flight regulations are getting tight so we recommend you leave plenty of time to get through customs at Eleftherios Venizelos.