Jämtlands Flyg

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Jämtlands Flyg
Jamtlands Flyg EC120B Colibri.JPG
IATA ICAO Callsign
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Founded 1954
Hubs Göviken/Östersund
Secondary hubs Ljusnedal/Funäsdalen
Focus cities Östersund
Fleet size 7
Company slogan Always Ready for Take-Off
Headquarters Östersund, Jämtland, Sweden
Key people Sara Grinde (CEO)
Jon M Håkansson (COO)
Ulf Grinde (Chief Pilot)
Website www.Jamtlandsflyg.se

Jämtlands Flyg AB is a Swedish helicopter company that specialise in both aerial and charter work. They operate out of the main heliport Göviken in the city of Östersund, in Jämtland County. Jämtlands Flyg AB is a member of Swedish Association of Aviation Companies (SFR), and is purveyor to the Court of Sweden.


The company was founded in 1954 by the mountain-aviator Gunnar Andersson. At first operations were solely by seaplanes. The company also ran cabins in the mountains for mainly fishing tourists and grouse hunters. Later these were sold off and the rotor wing aircraft took over entirely. Andersson died in a plane crash in 1974. Later his daughter Siw A. Grinde took over as CEO in 1981 and ran the company until his grand-daughter Sara Grinde took over as CEO in 2007. The company is still fully family owned in the third generation.



Jämtlands Flyg AB operates seven helicopters .[1]

Helicopter No of aircraft Seats Sling Load
Eurocopter AS350B2 Ecureuil 1 6-7 1160 kg[2]
Eurocopter EC 120B Colibri 3 5 550 kg[3]
Robinson R44 Raven II 3 4 300 kg[4]


Bases with heli-ports and hangars are in use at the following locations:[5]

Heliport/Base Location Details Coordinates
Göviken Östersund, Jämtland Main office, hangars and service 63°11′33″N 14°37′53″E / 63.19250°N 14.63139°E / 63.19250; 14.63139
Ljusnedal Funäsdalen, Härjedalen Hangars 62°31′24″N 12°35′27″E / 62.52333°N 12.59083°E / 62.52333; 12.59083
Laisholm Tarnaby, Västerbotten Hangars 65°45′21″N 15°9′36″E / 65.75583°N 15.16000°E / 65.75583; 15.16000


  1. ^ Helicopter Fleet of Jämtlands Flyg
  2. ^ Eurocopter AS350 homepage Archived December 6, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Eurocopter EC120 homepage
  4. ^ Robinson R44 Homepage
  5. ^ Heli Ports of Jämtlands Flyg

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