I will be in Stockholm in January and I'm thinking of taking a flight to Rovaniemi, Finland while I'm there.
I know I will have to go through immigration to get into Sweden. But, since I'm already in the Schengen area, will I need to go through immigration/passport control to fly to Finland, or, will is be considered a domestic/Schengen fight even though it's international?
I doubt this will happen in Sweden, but I've been through immigration before where it took over an hour to get through and then you have to walk an additional 20 minutes to the gate. I want to make sure I allocate myself enough time.
I'm not sure of the airport of departure yet, it will either be Bromma or Arlanda (if that even makes a difference).
Now, I found this question, but that deals with transit. I will be in Sweden a few days before flying to Finland, and then visa versa.
I'm a US Citizen (if that even matters).