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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

  • ATM system in Sweden successfully updated

    The COOPANS partnership is pleased to announce that it has successfully updated its common ATM system by deploying the latest upgrade of the COOPANS software to version B3.2, which is co-funded by the EU from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).  Build 3.2 has received funding from INEA call 2014.


  • LFV strengthening the Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions company with three employees

    In the autumn, LFV and Saab established a joint company, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions, to market, sell, develop and run digital remotely operated air traffic management. The company has now recruited three key members from LFV who will contribute with their skills and expertise; Niclas Gustavsson, Business Development Director, Peter Norén, Business Developer and Erik Bäckman, currently the Head of Remote Tower Centre in Sundsvall and operations manager for the airports where LFV operates remotely operated air traffic management. They will assume their new positions on 1 January 2017.


  • LFV awards this year’s innovation scholarship to doctoral student at Linköping University

    For a number of years, LFV has awarded an innovation scholarship to a student or employee at Linköping University to highlight research and innovation associated with air traffic control and aviation. This year’s prize winner is Prithiviraj Muthumanickam, a doctoral student at the Department of Science and Technology, Linköping University.



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