Behind the scenes at Stockholm-Arlanda Airport

Airports are really special places. Its where the journey and vacation starts and the logistics around luggage and keeping the airport free of snow impressive. Today my colleagues and I went to Stockholm-Arlanda to see how it works behind the scene.

The 90 meter high tower designed by Wingårdh Architects, the black representing technology and the white representing humanity. The two towers on the top are inspired by the story of Hugin (Thought) and Munin (memory) - the two ravens in nordic mythology who flew around Midgard in search of news and information to return to the god Odin.

Beautiful from the inside. The inscriptions are from a book about pilots (hm I cant remember the author)

Our amazing and enthusiastic guide Yvonne

colleagues Eva and Marcus in their nice outfits

Handling of luggage in theory

Handling of luggage in reality

capacity of 5 000 (i think) luggage per hour

Transfer luggage

Airbus carts ready to be put directly on the plane

Thank you Johan, Mats, Yvonne and Sven at LFV for a really interesting day!

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2011-03-23 @ 08:44:30

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