Braathens Regional Airlines

Founded
2016
Type
Regional
Fleet size
26
Destinations
17
Passengers per year
2,200,000

Braathens Regional Airlines, abbreviated as BRA, is a Norwegian airline based in Stockholm (Sweden). The airline is the second largest Swedish regional airlines.

Organization

Braathens Regional Airline is owned by Braganza, a Norwegian holding and investment company. The airline was founded as the result of a merge between multiple airlines among which Golden Air, Malmö Aviation and Sverigeflyg. BRA has in total about 1,100 employees.

Parent company
Braganza

History

Braathens Regional Airlines is a young airline and was founded in 2016 as the result of a merge between Malmö Aviation, Sverigeflyg, Gotlandsflyg, Kullaflyg, Blekingeflyg, Kalmarflyg, Flysmåland, Sundsvallflyg, Golden Air, Braathens Regional and Braathens Training.

Passengers

2017
2,200,000
2018
2,200,000

Baggage

Every passenger is allowed to bring one piece of hand luggage with a maximum weight of 8 kg and one personal item onboard the aircraft. In addition, every passenger can bring at least one checked bag with a maximum weight of 23 kg. Some passengers are allowed to bring two bags. Please consult website Braathens Regional Airlines for more information.

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In-flight Wi-Fi

There is no in-flight Wi-Fi available on Braathens Regional Airlines flights.

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