Travel by air to Vemdalen to the Airport Åre Östersund.
From Åre/Östersund airport it is only 1,5 hour drive to the ski slopes in Vemdalen. There is a direct transfer from Åre/Östersund airport to Vemdalen on Saturdays and Sundays. The transfer is booked on Skistars website and the cost is 395 SEK. The timetable is adapted to easyJets arrivals and departures so that you can drink your morning tea in London and go skiing in Vemdalen the same afternoon. Soon bookable on www.skistar.com.
Other days you can book you transfer with Flygtaxi.se.
By air from Europe
SAS has connections with all major European air carriers, linking major Swedish cities to the rest of the continent on a daily basis. Finnair links Sweden to the rest of Europe via Helsinki. News for the winter season is a new flight with easyJet from Copenhagen. The flight takes less than tow hours. The tours depart Saturday from Copenhagen starting 14/12 2019 to 26/3 2020.
By air from the UK
Sweden has never been more accessible, with a large number of direct flights from the UK and a maximum flight time of three and half hours. You can fly direct to both Stockholm and Gothenburg with SAS, British Airways, Ryanair, easyJet and Norwegian. The flight from England with easyJet goes from London Gatwick Sunday 8/12 2019- 22/3 2020 but now also Thursdays starting 12/12 2019 to 26/3 2020 with easyJet to Åre Östersund Airport.
By air from Germany
Now it easier for your Germans to get to the Swedish mountains in the winter. You can fly direct to Åre/Östersunds Airport with easyJet every Thursday and Sunday with start on 15/12. The flight is operated to 22/3 2020.
By air from Copenhagen
From Denmark the tours run on Sundays from Copenhagen starting 14/12 2019. It is easyJet which runs the line throughout the winter season.
Skåne and Malmö are easily accessible via Copenhagen in Denmark and the Öresund bridge. SAS, British Airways, easyJet, BMI and Norwegian all fly to Copenhagen. BMI also flies from Birmingham to Gothenburg. Ryanair now also flies direct from London Stansted to Malmö’s Sturup airport.
By air from North America
Direct services between the United States and Sweden are operated by SAS in cooperation with United Airlines and other members of Star Alliance. Non-stop services are available from Newark and Chicago to Stockholm (via Copenhagen from Seattle and Washington, DC).
Continental Airlines offers a non-stop service to Stockholm from Newark and Delta Airlines offers a non-stop service between New York, JFK and Stockholm.
Most European airlines, including Icelandair and Finnair, fly to Sweden from North America via European hubs.