Malmo Aviation

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In 1981 Malmö Aviation is launched. Air-taxi services, flying training and air freight operations are started during the years that follow.

Malmö Aviation has a fleet of AVRO RJ 100, four-engined jet aircraft produced in England.

Due to its construction and special wing shape these aircraft are able to start and land on very short runways which make them especially suitable for city airports. The aircraft also fulfils the stringent environmental and noise level restrictions often in operation at European city airports.

Today Malmö Aviation is the largest airline using Bromma, Stockholm City Airport, and from here we operate regular daily flights direct to Malmö, Gothenburg, Umeå and Brussels.

Bromma's closeness to the city centre offers many advantages for those traveling in and out of Stockholm. Indeed, an increasing number of passengers prefer Bromma for its central location.

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Malmo Aviation
Malmö Aviation, P.O. Box 37
SE-201 20 Malmö, Sweden

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+46 40-660 29 00
+46 40-660 28 49

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