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oneworld Airlines move to Terminal 5 at Stockholm Arlanda

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Finnair and other oneworld airlines flying to Stockholm - British Airways, Iberia and Malev - have moved to Terminal 5 at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport. The more modern, spacious terminal offers shorter distances and better services than the old Terminal 2. There is a joint ticket office and a number of self-service check-in kiosks in the terminal. Passengers can also check in at check-in desks 33-44.

"The Baggage Drop desk is open all day and the security control will have more service points. Also, there is a separate, Priority lane for Business Class passengers and Finnair Plus Platinum, Gold and Silver and oneworld top-tier customers on the right side of the desk. The terminal also has more shops and restaurants as well as a wider range of products than the old terminal," said Markku Remes, Finnair's Customer Experience Management Manager.

Departing and arriving flights use Terminal 5's F wing that is located on the right side of the terminal, gates F26-F39. The oneworld airlines' new bright Executive lounge facility is also located on the right side of the beginning of the same wing.

Using the Arlanda Express train, the journey to the airport takes 20 minutes and passengers can check in, if they wish, using the check-in kiosks at Stockholm Railway Station while waiting for the train.

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