Braathens Regional Airlines, abbreviated as BRA, is a Norwegian airline based in Stockholm (Sweden). The airline is the second-largest Swedish regional airlines.
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.
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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.
- The airline wants to fly fossil-free by 2030.
- Braathens Regional Airlines offers passengers the choice to choose for biofuel.
- BRA means good in Swedish, that is how the airline wants to show itself to its customers.
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.
There is no in-flight Wi-Fi available on Braathens Regional Airlines flights.
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