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How does Air Traffic Control work? Which routes does flights take in the Swedish airspace? Where can I fly with my drone? Our press service can answer any question regarding air traffic control in Swedish airspace.

LFV press services are staffed weekdays 8:00 to 4:30 p.m. We answer questions on all aspects of air traffic services. LFV's press hotline is staffed outside office hours but answer operational questions such as about the current traffic situation in Swedish airspace and the situation at the airports where LFV provides air navigation services.  You reach our press contact 24/7 at +4611192050.

Press releases

  • Annual report: LFV managed a record number of aircraft movements in 2016

    The air traffic year 2016 held records for flights in Sweden. LFV air traffic controllers handled 726,000 aircraft movements in Swedish airspace. This was an increase of 2% in comparison with 2015. At the same time, LFV reduced their costs and thus charges to airline companies for the third year in a row. 


  • LFV and Combitech are developing technology for increased safety at airports

    LFV and Combitech are developing innovative technology that will enable airports to improve ground safety by radically reducing the risk of unauthorized ground vehicles on the runway. These are termed Runway Incursions (RWI).


  • Meet LFV at the World ATM Congress 2017

    LFV will be present at the World ATM Congress 2017 in Madrid, 7-9 March. This year we are part of the COOPANS Alliance stand. COOPANS is the leading example in Europe of a successful industrial partnership with cooperation between Austro Control, Croatia Control, IAA, Naviair and LFV. Visit us at the COOPANS stand #941.



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