Spotting at Malmö Sturup Airport

Posted by Matt Falcus | Posted in Airport Spotting Guide, Sweden, Western Europe | Posted on 21-02-2013

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Malmo AirportMalmö-Sturup Airport is one of Sweden’s busiest airports, handling over 2 million passengers per year.

It is situated in the south west corner of Sweden, only a short drive from Copenhagen in Denmark.

Malmo Airport has a single passenger terminal with 8 contact gates. It has one main runway, with a smaller cross runway.

Passenger flights are operated by airlines such as:

  • Al-Naser Airlines
  • Direktflyg
  • Golden Air
  • Next Jet
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • SAS
  • Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
  • TUIfly Nordic
  • Wizz Air

Malmo is also a busy cargo airport, with two cargo terminals. Airlines include:

  • Air Contractors
  • TNT Airways
  • UPS Airlines
  • West Air Sweden

Malmo Spotting LocationSpotting

There is a viewing area provided at Malmo Airport for spotting. It is located between the terminal and the parking area, to the left if you leave the main entrance to the terminal. From this spotting location you can see the south end of the passenger apron and take decent photographs of aircraft. It is free to use this spotting area.

Alternatively, you can get views of aircraft by following the fence line towards the end of the runway, as long as you don’t get too close and cause alarm for security.

A former SAS Caravelle can also be seen at Malmo. Turn left outside the main terminal entrance and walk past a race track on your right. The Caravelle will eventually appear.

It is possible to spot through the windows inside the terminal once in the departures area.

Comments (2)

There is no more Caravelle at Malmo Airport.

I’ve benn there about July and on the place of Caravalle now stending MD-80.

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