Lounge Pass is an excellent service for infrequent airport lounge visitors.

Common Questions

How many lounges are there at Stockholm Arlanda Airport? 
There are 6 lounges.
Can I walk between Terminal 4 and Terminal 5 on the airside? 
Yes, you can. It takes about 10 minutes.
Can I walk from Terminal 2 to other terminals on the airside 
No, that is impossible. It would help if you took an airside bus.
Which lounges at Stockholm-Arlanda accept Priority Pass? 
All Pearl Lounges accept Priority Pass membership.
Which lounges at Stockholm-Arlanda accept LoungeKey? 
All Pearl Lounges accept LoungeKey membership.
What is the difference between SAS Lounge and SAS Gold Lounge? 
SAS Lounge is meant for Plus and Business Class passengers. SAS Gold Lounge is meant for Eurobonus Gold and Diamond members.
How can I get into SAS Lounges? 
You need an invitation from the airline.
Where can I buy a single-entry lounge pass? 
You can buy a single lounge access to Pearl Lounges on Lounge Pass.
Who can visit the Amex Pop-Up Lounge? 
Amex Pop-Up Lounge is meant for American Express Platinum and Centurion members.
What is the best lounge at Stockholm Arlanda Airport? 
If you want a traditional lounge, SAS Gold Lounge is perhaps the best.
Pearl Lounge C37
Pearl Lounge at Gate C37 (Terminal 4) is maintained by Menzies Aviation.

A Guide to Stockholm Arlanda Airport Lounges

Stockholm Arlanda Airport

Stockholm Arlanda Airport is Sweden's largest and busiest airport, serving millions of passengers each year. Located 37 kilometres north of Stockholm, Arlanda provides easy access to the city and surrounding areas through various transportation options. Arlanda Airport is one of the four airports in the Stockholm area.

The airport is the primary hub for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS). With four terminals, Arlanda Airport offers a range of amenities, including restaurants, cafes, duty-free shops, and lounges. The airport also boasts a range of services, from free WiFi to prayer rooms and a medical centre.

SkyCity is the commercial area between Terminals 4 and 5 on the landside. It is the heart of Arlanda Airport. Skycity is full of restaurants and bars, shops and there are even hotels. Arlanda C railway station is located in the Skycity.

Terminal Layout

Stockholm Arlanda Airport has four connected terminals. Terminal 2 in the south is used mainly by oneworld and SkyTeam airlines. Other airlines use Terminals 4 and 5 in the north. Terminal 1 does not exist and Terminal 3 is closed after the pandemic.

All terminal buildings are connected. It is possible to walk between Terminals 4 and 5 on the airside. However, there is no walkable airside connection between Terminal 2 and Terminal 4 or 5. To move from Terminal 2 to another terminal, you need to exit the security area or take an airside bus to reach the other terminals:

Bus Terminal 2 Terminal 4 Terminal 5
Schengen Gate 70 Gate 24 Gate F1
Non-Schengen Gate 61C Gate 11 Gate F5

If you are departing from Terminal 4 or 5, you can easily access lounges in both of these terminals. Terminal 2 is more isolated so basically, you are restricted to the services in Terminal 2 only. All the lounges are in the Schengen area so you must clear the passport control after a lounge visit if you are flying to a non-Schengen destination.