Sverigeflyg

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Sverigeflyg
Sverigeflyg Ostersundsflyg Saab 2000.JPG
IATA ICAO Callsign
DC BRX BRAATHENS
Founded 2001
Ceased operations 2016 (merged)
Hubs Stockholm-Bromma
Fleet size 10
Destinations 15
Parent company Braathens Regional Airlines
Headquarters Stockholm
Website sverigeflyg.se

Sverigeflyg was the main brand for the seven Swedish regional airlines Blekingeflyg, Flysmaland, Golden Air, Gotlandsflyg, Kalmarflyg, Kullaflyg, and Sundsvallsflyg. The actual air operator of all of their flights however was Braathens Regional. In March 2016, Sverigeflyg and Malmö Aviation merged into the rebranded BRA - Braathens Regional Airlines.

History[edit]

Sverigeflyg was founded in 2001 by Chairman of the board Pigge Werkelin and CEO Michael Juniwik, both from Gotland. In 2011 the majority of the shares in Sverigeflyg was bought by Braathens Aviation. Sverigeflyg was part of ELFAA.

Destinations[edit]

Sverigeflyg route map 2012

The following routes were offered by Sverigeflyg's brands as of December 2015:

Finland
Sweden

Fleet[edit]

As of December 2015 the Sverigeflyg fleet consisted of the following aircraft:

Sverigeflyg
Aircraft In fleet Orders Passengers Notes
ATR 72-500 5 0 72 Operated by Braathens Regional
ATR 72-600 1 4 72 Operated by Braathens Regional
Saab 2000 4 0 50 Operated by Braathens Regional
Total 10 4

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