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One-way flights were as low as AU$735 and round trip flights were AU$1,462 within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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With Wotif you have the choice of 20 Airlines to choose from for your Sweden trip.
The most popular airlines flying to Sweden include Qantas Airways, Swiss International Air Lines, Lufthansa, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Austrian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Finnair, United, Thai Airways International.
Flights to Sweden start as low as AU$1,462, with this particular journey taking you from Sydney (SYD) to Gothenburg (GOT).
Everyone loves a bargain, so maximise your saving potential by mixing and matching airlines according to their fare types. Wotif data indicates that travellers who booked flights using Wotif in 2019 saved almost 55% on average when their return flights were made up of two different airlines or fare types.
Wotif data shows us that February is the cheapest month to fly if you're looking for one-way tickets, and June is your best bet for the round-trip Journey.
If you're looking to save money on your flight to Sweden, then the airport you choose is important. On this occasion, Sydney (SYD) to Gothenburg (GOT) is the cheapest journey at AU$1,462.
Cancellation is dependent on the airline and will differ across companies, but many airlines will continue to travel to impacted areas. Please keep an eye on the dates as they may change frequently across Sweden, which is why it is vitally important for travellers to confirm with their airline that their upcoming flight is due to go ahead. If you’re still unsure, please visit our Customer Service Portal to find more information regarding cancellation due to COVID-19.