Admission into Swedish territory for state aircraft, state vessels and military vehicles is regulated by § 5 and § 6 of the Admission Ordinance (1992:118). For § 6 matters, decisions on admission are made by the government, and for § 5 matters, decisions are made by the Swedish Armed Forces at the request of the Swedish Maritime Administration, the Swedish Coast Guard and Swedish Customs.
Applications in respect of fighter planes, trainer aircraft, signals intelligence aircraft, warships, military combat vehicles and training activity should be made to the Swedish Ministry of Defence at email@example.com.
Applications in respect of other state aircraft should be made to the Swedish Maritime Administration/Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications in respect of other state vessels should be made to the Swedish Coast Guard at email@example.com.
Applications in respect of other military vehicles should be made to Swedish Customs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admission for foreign armed forces staff or visits by foreign civilians to Swedish units requires authorisation in the form of a Request For Visit (RFV).
Foreign diplomatic missions should direct their applications to email@example.com.
Management of Clearances
Clearances are the responsibility of the Swedish Armed Forces' operational division's implementation section at the Headquarters.
For issues relating to admission into Swedish territory for state craft and vehicles, please telephone: +46 721 888 230 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For issues relating to RFV and clearances for Swedish military vehicles, please telephone: +46 721 888 228 or email: email@example.com.
For issues relating to clearances for Swedish aircraft and vessels, please telephone: +46 721 888 229 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.