If VAT is added to your order is controlled by if you are an operator of commercial conveyance of passengers or goods, if the shipping address is to a EU member state and if you have provided a valid VAT number. This in according to rules below:
Orders will be shipped without VAT during the following conditions:
Commercial Airline, Shipping address "All Countries"
Supplies relating to aircrafts for commercial conveyance of passengers or goods are exempt from VAT according to chapter 3, paragraph 21 in the Swedish VAT Act. Shipping within EU a valid VAT No. needs to be supplied during registration, othervise Swedish VAT will be added.
Non Commercial Airline (All types of business), Shipping address is to an EU Member state
Intra Community supply according to Article 138 VAT Directive. Shipping within EU a valid VAT No. needs to be supplied during registration, othervise Swedish VAT will be added.
Non Commercial Airline (All types of business), Shipping address is to a country outside the EU
Export of goods according to Article 146 VAT Directive
In all other cases 25% Swedish VAT will be added to your order.
A number can be invalid for a number of reasons. In the first case, check that the number quoted is correct (correct number of characters, correct length). If the number quoted , even after checking, continues to be invalid, please contact your tax administration.
The Commission´s web site is a real-time system which checks the validity of VAT identification numbers against the databases maintained by Member States. In other words, when the number is checked, it is the database of that EU Member State that is being checked.
If the VAT number comes up as invalid, then you should take the matter up with your fiscal administration.
How to enter your VAT number:
VAT identification number structure (SV)
|Medlemsstat||Structure (SV)||Format (SV)*|
|AT-Österrike||ATU99999999||1 block of 9 characters (sv)|
|BE-Belgien||BE0999999999||1 block of 10 digits|
|1 block of 9 digits or1 block of 10 digits (sv)|
|CY-Cypern||CY99999999L||1 block of 9 characters (sv)|
|1 block of either 8, 9 or 10 digits (sv)|
|DE-Tyskland||DE999999999||1 block of 9 digits (sv)|
|DK-Danmark||DK99 99 99 99||4 blocks of 2 digits (sv)|
|EE-Estland||EE999999999||1 block of 9 digits (sv)|
|EL-Grekland||EL999999999||1 block of 9 digits (sv)|
|ES-Spanien||ESX9999999X4||1 block of 9 characters (sv)|
|FI-Finland||FI99999999||1 block of 8 digits (sv)|
|FR-Frankrike||FRXX 999999999||1 block of 2 characters, 1 block of 9 digits (sv)|
|GB-Storbritannien||GB999 9999 99 or
GB999 9999 99 9995 or
|1 block of 3 digits, 1 block of 4 digits and 1 block of 2 digits; or the above followed by a block of 3 digits; or 1 block of 5 characters (sv)|
|HU-Ungern||HU99999999||1 block of 8 digits (sv)|
|IE-Irland||IE9S99999L||1 block of 8 characters (sv)|
|IT-Italien||IT99999999999||1 block of 11 digits (sv)|
|1 block of 9 digits, or 1 block of 12 digits (sv)|
|LU-Luxemburg||LU99999999||1 block of 8 digits (sv)|
|LV-Lettland||LV99999999999||1 block of 11 digits (sv)|
|MT-Malta||MT99999999||1 block of 8 digits (sv)|
|NL-Nederländerna||NL999999999B998||1 block of 12 characters (sv)|
|PL- Polen||PL9999999999||1 block of 10 digits (sv)|
|PT-Portugal||PT999999999||1 block of 9 digits (sv)|
|RO-Romanien||RO999999999||1 block of minimum 2 digits and maximum 10 digits (sv)|
|SE-Sverige||SE999999999999||1 block of 12 digits (sv)|
|SK-Slovakien||SK9999999999||1 block of 10 digits (sv)|
*: Format excludes 2 letter alpha prefix
9: A digit
X: A letter or a digit
S: A letter; a digit; "+" or "*"
L: A letter (SV)
1: The 1st position following the prefix is always "U".
2: The first digit following the prefix is always zero ('0').
3: The (new) 10-digit format is the result of adding a leading zero to the (old) 9-digit format.
4: The first and last characters may be alpha or numeric; but they may not both be numeric.
5: Identifies branch traders.
6: Identifies Government Departments.
7: Identifies Health Authorities.
8: The 10th position following the prefix is always "B". (SV)