Sverigeflyg (Stockholm-Bromma) is the primary umbrella brand for seven local airlines (some virtual) which includes Blekingeflyg, Flysmaland, Golden Air, Gotlandsflyg, Kalmarflyg, Kullaflyg, and Sundsvallsflyg.
Braathens Regional (formerly Golden Air) holds the actual AOC and operates ATR 72-500s and SAAB 2000s under the Sverigeflyg brand. The group flies to Sundsvall in the north and Ängelholm/Helsingborg in the south of Sweden (see below).
Sverigeflyg Route Map:
Some of these marketing names do not operate any aircraft.
Braathens Regional, Malmö Aviation and Sverigeflyg are all part of the Braathens Aviation group of companies.
This group of airlines will unite in 2015 under a single new brand which has not yet been determined or announced.
The company issued this statement (translated from Swedish):
Now it’s time to take the next step, and together with its sister company, Malmö Aviation, we will challenge throughout Sweden as a domestic airline with a Bromma Airport hub.
Malmö Aviation (below) provides scheduled passenger services between Malmö, Gothenburg and Umeå to Bromma, the Stockholm City Airport.
Braathens Aviation is a corporate group owned by Braganza AS. Braganza is a privately held investment company based in Oslo and is owned by Per G. Braathen and his immediate family.
The group consists of Malmö Aviation, Sverigeflyg, Braathens Technical, Braathens IT Solutions, Braathens Training, Braathens Leasing and Braathens Regional.
Top Copyright Photo: Stefan Sjogren/AirlinersGallery.com (all others images by the group). Operated in the past, Fokker F.27 Mk. 050 (Fokker 50) SE-LEC (msn 20112) of Skyways Express arrives in Stockholm (Arlanda) in Sverigeflyg colors.
Malmo Aviation aircraft slide show:
Bottom Copyright Photo: Robbie Shaw/AirlinersGallery.com. Malmo Aviation’s BAe RJ100 SE-DST (msn E3247) taxies at Glasgow.
Malmö Aviation (Stockholm-Bromma) via Braathens Leasing Limited, a member of Braathens Aviation of Sweden, has placed a firm order for five Bombardier CS100 and five CS300 jetliners. Braathens also took options on an additional 10 CSeries aircraft.
The CSeries aircraft will be operated by Malmö Aviation from its base at the Bromma-Stockholm City Airport in downtown Stockholm. Malmö Aviation currently operates 12 BAe (Avro) aircraft (one RJ70, two RJ85 and seven RJ100s).
Braathens of Norway acquired full control of Malmo Aviation in August 1998 and in early 1999 integrated Braathens Sweden (formerly Transwede) into Malmö Aviation. In December 2001 Malmo Aviation became an independent airline owned by Braganza AS/Bramora. This was the result of the Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) acquisition of Braathens in which Malmö Aviation, for legal reasons, was not included. It is now wholly owned by Braathens Aviation.
The Braathens/Malmo Aviation order brings the total to 100 firm orders for the 110-145-seater aircraft, which is set to enter the market in late-2013. This order also breaks a 16-month order lull.
Malmo Aviation BAe RJ100 SE-DSO (msn E3221) BMA (Stefan Sjogren), originally uploaded by Airliners Gallery.
Malmo Aviation (Malmo) will operate summer seasonal service with its BAe RJ100s from Copenhagen to both Pula (from June 25 to August 6) and Split (from June 25 to August 13).
Malmo maintains a hub at the downtown Bromma Airport in Stockholm.
Copyright Photo: Stefan Sjogren.