Malmo Airport (MMX)
History, Facts and Overview
Built then at a cost of around SEK130 million, Sturup Airport replaced Malmo's already established Bulltofta Airport in 1972. Modern passenger services and facilities were available from the very start and Sturup became the city's number one airport. Passenger numbers have continued to climb over the years and in 2000, Malmo Sturup International Airport served alomost two million passengers, which was considered to be a major achievement at that time.
There are cashpoints and bureau de change (Forex) facilities in the main Domestic Terminal, as well as ample dining outlets, such as Coffeys, Hiusman or the 7-Eleven self-service outlet.
Shopping facilities are good at Malmo Sturup Airport, with the main stores including the Parfym duty-free shop and the Pressbyran kiosk, which is located just before security.
A children's play area and baby-changing stations are also on hand, along with a number of conference rooms, which are available by prior arrangement and come complete with catering services. Further facilities for businessmen flying into Malmo are available at the neighbouring Best Western Sturup Airport Hotel.