Arvidsjaur Airport (IATA: AJR, ICAO: ESNX) is situated 13 km (8.1 mi) from Arvidsjaur town in Sweden and had 42,664 passengers in 2009.
The runway is longer than most in the northern interior of Sweden, and this allows international charter jet planes. This was a major reason why winter car testing was established in the region around Arvidsjaur, now an important part of the local economy.
There are 2–3 flights to Stockholm per day, usually with an intermediate stop at Lycksele. In the winter there are 2–3 special flights per week from Germany (Frankfurt-Hahn, Hanover, Munich and Stuttgart), currently flown by Germania Airline. Near these airports are major German car producers, who perform snow and cold temperature testing in the Arvidsjaur region.