Both SAS and Norwegian have several flights per day scheduled from [[Stockholm]] Arlanda airport to Lulea airport (fewer during weekends), and with a flight time of about 1 hour 10 minutes it may be preferred over the 14 hour night train.
The airport is situated in Kallax (and thus is commonly called Kallax airport), and lies about 5 km from Luleå city centre, which is accessible via shuttle bus [http://www.
There are as well scheduled flights to [[Kiruna]]/[[Tromsø]] (Nordkalottflyg), [[Pajala]] (Nordkalottflyg), [[Umeå]]/[[Östersund]] (Nordic Regional), [[Gothenburg]] (City Airline), [[Sundsvall]]/[[Borlänge]] (Direktflyg), [[London]] (one flight every Saturday, SAS), [[Riga]] (AirBaltic) and [[Murmansk]]/[[Archangelsk]] (Archangelsk Airlines).
Luleå is the easternmost point in the Swedish rail network. The city is connected to Stockholm by the over 100 year old Norra Stambanan-rail, which travels way into the inner parts of northern Sweden before meeting the coast again at [[Gävle]]. Thus, it ''can be'' a good price option between Lulea and the southern parts (from Gävle and south) of the country, but not between Lulea and some of the other larger cities (ie. Umea, Skelleftea, Sundsvall) along the coastline in the northern half of the country. All along the northern coast, bus is the way to travel.
The ''Malmbanan'' railway goes to [[Narvik]] in Norway via the towns of [[Boden]], [[Gällivare]] and [[Kiruna]]. Note that the railway ends in Narvik and does not provide a link to the rest of the Norwegian rail network.
A fast, cheap and comfortable way of getting to the different parts of the city, is by using the local bus traffic (LLT). Local buses are usually
At weekends you should be able to catch a night-bus from most local traffic bus stations about once every hour between 0.00 and 3.00, at a raised cost.
Shopping, Europe´s first indoor shopping mall is in the town centre.