LFV provides air traffic management and air navigation services at 17 airports and four control centers in Sweden. LFV's control of the air traffic in Swedish airspace contributes to a safe, efficient and environmentally sound traffic flow. Our air traffic controllers ensure that aircrafts do not collide with each other or any other obstacles in the air or on the ground.
RTC Stockholm is LFV's new control centre for remote tower services.
At the description of every airport you'll find the airports ICAO-code. ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) is an organization under United Nations. Every airport in the world has an ICAO-code, eg ESSA=Europe Sweden Stockholm Arlanda.
Skaraborg Air Force Wing F7
Skaraborg Air Force Wing F7 is situated at the southeast corner of Sweden's largest lake, Vänern. The wing was established in 1940 and has since then been one of The Swedish Armed Forces most important wings.
Linköping Malmen Airport has a long history, going back to the 1910s. The airport was inagurated in 1927 and is owned by The Swedish Armed Forces. The tower was built in 1980 and is 30 meters high. Two runways, 2200 meters and 1950 meters.
Karlsborg is a military airport, adapted for The Swedish Armed Forces and its aircrafts and helicopters. It was reopened back in 2007, 13 years after the close-down of Air Force Wing F6.
Uppsala Air Base
The airport was opened in 1943 and is located northwest of Uppsala. It is a base of the Swedish Air Force and the former home of the Uppland Air Force Wing (F 16). The tower was built in 1984 and is 20 meters high. Two runways, both just around 2000 meters long.
Åre Östersund Airport
The airport was opened for civilian traffic in 1958. The new terminal was opened in 1986 and the opening of the lengthened runway took place in 1999. The tower is situated on the western side of the runway where former air force wing F4 was located. The length of the runway is 2500 meters.
Vidsel airport is a military airport, established 1958. A new modern tower was taken in operation in 2017. The runway is 2230 meters long.
The control centre is located nearby Malmö Airport. From ATCC Malmö air traffic in the southern part of Sweden is controlled. The major part of the traffic controlled by ATCC Malmö just passes Swedish airspace on their way to an destination outside Sweden.
LFV's control centre ATCC Stockholm is located nearby Stockholm Arlanda Airport. From ATCC Stockholm air traffic in the middle and northern part of Sweden is controlled. At ATCC Stockholm you'll also find LFV's Flight Planning Centre, FPC.
RTC Stockholm, or Remote Tower Center Stockholm, is LFV's new building for remote tower services. From here four Swedavia airports - Kiruna Airport, Umeå Airport, Åre Östersund Airport och Malmö Airport - will be remotely controlled.
Östgöta Control Center
Östgöta Control Center, or ÖKC, is situated nearby Norrköping airport. From here LFV's air traffic controllers operates both civilian and military air traffic in the region.