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Arlanda is the largest and busiest airport in Sweden with around 20 million passengers in 2012 where you can spot mostly nordic airlines (SAS, Norwegian,...), but also Ethiopian or Thai. What is most striking about spotting at this location is that it is set in beautiful natural area surrounded by forests and lakes which make it a blast just to walk around and enjoy the scenery.
 
Arlanda is the largest and busiest airport in Sweden with around 20 million passengers in 2012 where you can spot mostly nordic airlines (SAS, Norwegian,...), but also Ethiopian or Thai. What is most striking about spotting at this location is that it is set in beautiful natural area surrounded by forests and lakes which make it a blast just to walk around and enjoy the scenery.
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