Aug 12, 2019 2:38:17 PM

FlyCar GmbH

Direct flights to Swedish Lapland

FlyCar has been a partner of the German automotive industry since 1999 and flies from 4 German airports (Stuttgart, Hanover, Munich & Frankfurt-Hahn) to Arvidsjaur in Swedish Lapland.  More detailed information about FlyCar and the flight dates can be found on the FlyCar homepage.


Unique hotel of snow and ice in Piteå

IGLOOTEL Lapland, a FlyCar GmbH company, is a unique hotel and event location in Piteå in northern Sweden (new from winter season 2019/2020).
In addition to day arrangements, e.g. a guided tour through the IGLOOTEL, guests also have the option of staying overnight at the IGLOOTEL. You can choose between standard & romantic IGLOOs (max. 6 or 2 pers.), a visit to the sauna or the hot tubs in the open air round off the extraordinary experience. Overnight stays are only part of the offer. Of course, individually designed conferences, presentations as well as company events and events of any kind can be organised on request.

Facts about FlyCar

  • Founded: 1999
  • Languages: German, English, Swedish 
  • Flight season: November – March (Swedish Lapland) January – March (Finnish Lapland)
  • Flights Arvidsjaur (SE): Monday to Friday: from/ to Stuttgart, Hannover, München, Frankfurt-Hahn; Wednesday: from/ to Hannover/ München (open jaw flights possible)
  • Flights Kittilä (FIN): Monday to Friday: from/ to Hannover
  • Special trips: Offering Christmas and New Year trips to Swedish Lapland

Headerfoto © Daniel Knab

Contact: FlyCar

FlyCar GmbH
Rainer Dreher
Hauptstr. 50
D-55487 Sohren
Tel. +49 (0) 6543/81851-0


Daniel Knab
Mobil D: +49 (0) 171 1 21 78 56
Mobil S: +46 (0) 70 2 68 82 51


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Destination: Arvidsjaur

The destination is located in the middle of Swedish Lapland. The village of Arvidsjaur has a population of 4,500 and a further 2,000 inhabitants live in the surrounding area. In winter Arvidsjaur can be reached by direct flight from some airports in Germany.

Destination: Piteå

The unique archipelago in Piteå has more than 550 islands and also the coastal beaches are fascinating with their 530 kilometres length. The longest untouched beach is 13 kilometres long. The sea at the Gulf of Bothnia is perfect for ice skating, dog sledding and snowmobile safaris. The archipelago stretches along the road to the city centre with ports in the north, south and east.

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