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Halmstad Airport Transfer Shuttle

Halmstad Airport Transfer Shuttle

Fox Transfer provides private or shared Halmstad transfer services by taxi or minibus to Halmstad and other parts of Sweden.

Halmstad Airport (IATA: HAD), also known as Halmstad City airport, is located 1.9 km (1.2 mi) north-west of the city of Halmstad. With a single runway, its main use is for business travellers and other passengers who wish to commute to Stockholm. Some 300,000 passengers use the airport throughout the year.

Some charter flights operate during the summer months.

All flight arrival times are monitored so that the driver will be there to meet you when you arrive.

Fox Transfer offers you private and group airport transfer and shuttle services with door-to-door service. Use the online booking form, make a reservation and receive an instant confirmation for your airport transfer. If you cannot find your destination, click on the link "Is your destination not our list?", tell us where you want to go and we'll give you a quotation.

Halmstad is a port, university, industrial and recreational city at the mouth of Nissan on the Swedish west coast. It lies midway between Gothenburg (the second most populous city in Sweden) and Malmö (the third).

Halmstad is a lively place throughout the year. Its favourable location on the west coast allows business to develop, tourism to thrive and inhabitants to enjoy life and multiply in numbers. It is widely known as one of Sweden’s biggest tourist destinations. Lying on the coast, Halmstad's most famous beach is Tylosand, which can have as many as 40,000 guests on a sunny summer day.

Halmstad is classed as Sweden’s golfing capital with 174 holes divided between eleven courses.


- Look out for your name sign when you arrive

- If paying on the day, pay in Euros or the local currency; credit card payment is not possible on the day itself.

Fox Transfer is your perfect choice for Halmstad Airport transfer, taxi and shuttle services to Halmstad and other parts of Sweden.