Permission to fly in Sweden
Application forms for permission to fly within Swedish airspace.
There is no requirement to apply for a permission to fly in Sweden with an ultra light aircraft registered and airworthy in an ECAC state provided the duration of the visit in Swedish airspace is less than three (3) months. All conditions and limitations issued for the aircraft in the state of registration also applies in Sweden. If the duration of your visit exceed three (3) months a permission to fly and application thereof is required.
Sweden also applies the following recommendations by ECAC: https://www.ecac-ceac.org/home-built-aircraft?inheritRedirect=true which in practice means that flight in Sweden is allowed without any further conditions and limitations other than those stated in the certificate of airworthiness or Permit to Fly issued by another ECAC Member State with the following categories of foreign registered aircraft:
- Amateur built aircraft falling under EU Regulation (EC) No 216/2008, Annex II, Category (c).
- Historical aircraft originally factory-manufactured and previously holding an ICAO compliant Certificate of Airworthiness and subsequently operated under national rules through a National Restricted Permit to Fly or National Restricted Certificate of Airworthiness, and falling under EU Regulation (EC) No 216/2008, Annex II, Category a(i). This applies only to aircraft of maximum take-off weight of less than 5 700 Kg and operated in non-commercial flights.
The duration of the visit for those two categories of aircraft is also limited to three (3) months. . If the duration of your visit exceed three (3) months a permission to fly and application thereof is required.
Link to Swedish IAIP https://www.aro.lfv.se/Editorial/View/IAIP
Transport of forbidden dangerous goods
Please follow these instructions if you intend to carry forbidden dangerous goods.