Book flights from Singapore to Stockholm with Qatar Airways
Once you’ve experienced the luxury award-winning services on flights from Singapore to Stockholm with Qatar Airways you’ll always choose to travel with us in future. Ample seating space, fine in-flight cuisine and thousands of in-flight entertainment options ensure that you’ll arrive in the dynamic and beautiful Swedish capital feeling thoroughly refreshed. From check-in to landing, we ensure that your entire journey is a thoroughly pleasant and comfortable one.
Stockholm is the political and cultural hub of Sweden and is home to several top universities and cultural attractions. The Nobel Prize ceremonies are held here each year, and with major museums and art galleries to explore you’ll never be short on things to do when you come here with Qatar Airways. The dining and shopping opportunities are second to none, and the theatres are world-class.
Flying from Singapore
One of the largest air transport hubs in Asia, Changi Airport is Singapore’s principle departure point for international travel. Qatar Airways flights from Singapore leave from Changi Airport, connecting passengers to major destinations worldwide, including Doha.
The atmosphere is calm, refined and tranquil, and the friendly staff are always helpful.
Parking and transportation
There are five car parks spread across the airport, with car parks 3A and 3B serving Terminal 3. There is a 10-minute ‘grace’ period in car parks for pick-ups and drop-offs. Payment for short and long-term stays is via electronic payment machines positioned at the exits of the car parks.
A free shuttle bus service from Changi Business Park to the terminals operates daily, while regular local bus services run from the centre of the city to the airport. There are plenty of taxis for hire, and a pre-booked limousine service are also available.
Arriving in Changi Airport
Qatar Airways flights from Singapore Changi Airport depart from Terminal 3. You should arrive for check-in at least two hours before your flight is due to leave. Security checks are strict, so be prepared to allow a little extra time to go through security.
Ensure that you don’t have any banned items in your handbags and carryon luggage and that all your documents are in order before you travel. The Haven by JetQuay is a public lounge available for all passengers to use 24 hours a day. It is located in the Arrival Meeting Hall South.
Facilities and amenities
Changi Airport has plenty of amenities and facilities for travellers, and is a very child-friendly airport, with entertainment, Internet terminals and even a unique butterfly garden that will delight younger visitors. For adults, there are plenty of retail outlets selling a wide selection of goods, including duty-free shopping.
A dedicated 24-hour food court in Terminal 3 offers food options with an international theme that includes Singapore specialities, noodle bars and Japanese Sushi.
Arriving in Stockholm
The unique layout of Stockholm – a collection of 14 islands linked by 500 bridges – makes Sweden’s capital city one of the most interesting in the world. Clean, friendly and managing to maintain a distinctly personal feel despite being a thriving commercial and financial hub, Stockholm is a juxtaposition of traditional Nordic style combined with ultra-modern developments that are sympathetic to the landscape and the character of the location.
Fly to Stockholm with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a genuinely friendly city that welcomes visitors from around the world.
The Old Town, Gamla Stan, is a time capsule of historical buildings, and over 30% of the city area is made up of waterways. Green spaces make up a further 30%, making this one of the most spacious and open cities in Europe. Air quality is superb, and the city is incredibly clean but without becoming clinical.
Whether you like your tourist attractions to be man-made or natural, Stockholm has plenty of both. As well as the 14 main islands that make up the city itself, the Stockholm archipelago includes a further 24,000 islands and islets, and is an internationally important haven for wildlife.
A great way to see the city is to take a boat tour along its many canals and waterways, which will take you past the royal palace at Gamla Stan, and the beautifully preserved and architecturally significant Riddarholmskyrkan medieval church.
Stockholm has more than 70 museums, including the Nobelmuseet, where you can learn all about the history of the Nobel Society and its prizes. The Naturhistoriska riksmuseet (Natural History Museum) is a well-presented collection, and the Historiska museet (Swedish History Museum) has fascinating exhibitions on Sweden’s Viking past and an impressive treasure collection called The Gold Room.
For art lovers the impressive open-air sculpture museum of Millesgården is a fine exhibition of work by Carl Milles.
Flights to Stockholm with Qatar Airways land at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport commonly referred to as Arlanda, 40km north of the city. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Stockholm please check the visa and passport requirements.