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Travel to and from Linköping

Linköping is located about 200 kilometers (120 miles) to the south-west of Stockholm. There are various ways to get there. Linköping is well-connected to major roads (the E4 freeway), rail routes, and has its own regional airport with direct flights to Copenhagen (Denmark) and Stockholm.

Flying via or to Copenhagen
Through airfares from European and Scandinavian destinations to Linköping (LPI) are available if you fly SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) or one of the Star Alliance partners to Copenhagen Airport (CPH). In Copenhagen you can connect onto SAS or SAS subsidiary flights to Linköping.

Note that there are no morning flights from Copenhagen that will take you to ALOIS in due time on March 17. It is therefore recommended to arrive in Linköping already March 16. Please also note that the planes are small with few seats so early booking is recommended.

You can also travel to Linköping from Copenhagen Airport (CPH) directly by train. Some trains go straight through (via the Öresund bridge); while others require you to transfer at the Malmö Central Station (on the other side of the Öresund). Train travel to Linköping from Copenhagen Airport takes about 3 hours. Check out the Swedish Railways for timetables and ticket booking.

Flying via or to Stockholm
Some through airfares from major European and Scandinavian destinations to Linköping (LPI) may be available if you travel SAS or one of the Star Alliance partners to Stockholm (ARN).

There are also direct train connections from the Stockholm (International) Arlanda (ARN) Airport to Linköping, or connections with one transfer at Stockholm Central Station. Train travel to Linköping from Stockholm Arlanda Airport takes about 2 hours. Check out the Swedish Railways for timetables and ticket booking.

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