Sparrow Aviation

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Sparrow Aviation AB
IATA ICAO Callsign
9I - -
Founded 2010
Hubs Kristianstad Airport
Fleet size 1
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden

Sparrow Aviation (earlier known as Flyglinjen) is a domestic and international airline based in Stockholm, Sweden. Its main base is Kristianstad Airport. The airline was re-branded in July 2014 and changed the name Flyglinjen into Sparrow Aviation.


Flyglinjen started in 2010 and operated domestic flights in the south of Sweden. The airline had its base at Jönköping Airport. In March 2013 Flyglinjen changed owners and management and in July 2014 the airline changed the name Flyglinjen into Sparrow Aviation. Sparrow Aviation took over the route from Kristianstad (KID) to Stockholm (ARN) and started operating a new route on the 18th of August 2014 from Göteborg City Airport (GSE) to Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA). The route ended in January 2015 due to the closing of Göteborg City Airport. On March the 2nd 2015 Sparrow Aviation started an international route from Kristianstad (KID) via Kalmar (KLR) to Berlin (TXL).



The Sparrow Aviation fleet includes the following aircraft

November 2013: Embraer ERJ 145 (Wet Lease from bmi Regional) until 25 October 2015 [1]

Sparrow Aviation Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
Embraer ERJ 145 1 49


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