"Han har åkt hem."
Translation:He has gone home.
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Gå means to walk. In a few contexts, it's used for general movement, but it's not used like English go. For example, saying "jag gick till Finland" implies you actually went there on foot.
Åka means to ride by vehicle, but probably not driving or propelling it. Furthermore, bikes are often not included in the verb, instead having their own verb cykla.