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Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA) is a Swedish regional airline in Trollhättan.
The airline operates scheduled services to destinations in Finland, Norway and Sweden. Braathens Regional Aviation AB also operates charter services to more than 60 destinations all over Europe.
Braathens Regional changed its name to Braathens Regional Airlines in March 2016 and together with Braathens Regional Aviation started operating all flights for the virtual airline BRA Braathens Regional Airlines uniting the previously separated brands of Malmö Aviation and Sverigeflyg.
Braathens Regional took delivery of its maiden ATR72-600 on Friday, November 6. SE-MKA (cn 1276) was originally destined for MASwings (MY, Kota Kinabalu) where it was to have become 9M-MYE on the Malaysian registry.
The turboprop is the first of five ATR72-600s the Swedish operator committed to as part of an order with Avions de Transport Régional (Toulouse Blagnac) which includes ten options. The new ATR72s will enable Braathens Aviation to replace its ageing fleet of twelve Saab 2000s while adding to its existing fleet of five ATR72-500s (all leased out to fellow BRA - Braathens Regional Airlines affiliates Kullaflyg and Gotlandsflyg.)
Braathens Regional Airlines News
19th April 2018
Braathens Regional Airlines, which recently inaugurated flights between Vaxjo and Berlin Tegel, has connected another Swedish regional city to a European capital this week, with the operator now offering six weekly flights between Malmö (MMX) and Helsinki (HEL). Launched on 16 April, the carrier will operate the 863-kilometre hop between the Swedish and Finnish cities using a mixture of its 112-seat Avro RJ100s and 95-seat Avro RJ85s according to OAG schedules, with it currently having a combined total of 13 in its fleet. The airport pair faces no direct competition.
Helsinki becomes Braathens Regional Airlines’ fourth scheduled route from Malmö and its first international link. It also offers services to Stockholm Bromma and Visby year-round, while seasonal services to Åre Östersund are also operated. The airline also offers some charters from Malmö during the summer season.
1st March 2018
Braathens Regional Airlines secures maintenance deal
Braathens Regional Airlines has entered into an agreement with BAE Systems and KLM UK Engineering to service its Avro fleet. The Swedish airline has 12 Avros and has entered nto these agreements for three years each.
18th May 2017
Braathens Regional Airlines has entered into a wet-lease agreement with Danish ACMI specialist DAT - Danish Air Transport (DX, Kolding) to wet-lease an ATR72-500 for the period of May 29 to September 3.
The 72-seat aircraft, SE-MDC (msn 894), has just receently been transferred from BRA operating carrier BRA - Braathens Regional Airlines to Danish Air Transport. BRA currently operates four ATR72-500s and nine ATR72-600s by itself.
The wet-leased ATR will be used on BRA's domestic network, predominantly on routes from Stockholm's Bromma airport to Ronneby and Umeå.
Braathens Regional Airlines appointed Christian Clemen as CEO
Swedish carrier Braathens Regional has selected French maintenance specialist Sabena Technics to provide rotable component support for an ATR 72 turboprop fleet. The contract is effective this month and covers access to a component pool, equipment warranty management, repairs, and modifications, plus logistics services, says Paris-headquartered Sabena Technics.
In 2012, Golden Air was acquired by Braathens Aviation and the main Trollhättan - Bromma route was taken over by Sverigeflyg. On 1 January 2013, Golden Air changed its name to Braathens Regional while retaining the brand name for its Bromma route. Braathens Regional operates five ATR 72-500s and two 600-series variants. It has an additional seven ATR 72-600s on order. The aircraft will be used to replace Saab 2000s and some of the airline's older ATR 72-500s.
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