Malmö Aviation rebranded to Braathens Regional in 2016. Search similar flights with Braathens Regional.
Malmo Aviation merged with Sverigeflyg to form BRA Braathens Regional Airlines. Braathens Regional Aviation no longer operates flights under its own name but instead, the aircraft are used to operate flights for sister airline BRA - Braathens Regional Airlines. Their fleet consists of Avro RJ85 and Avro RJ100.
On flights with BRA, passengers are entitled to take hand baggage onboard. The maximum dimension is 50x40x25 cm and the weight must not exceed 8 kg. For BRA BAS and BRA Fast ticket types, passengers are entitled to 20kg and BRA Extra 30kg and other ticket types 20kg.
Passengers were able to check in online through the Malmo Aviation's official website. The online check-in service opened 24 hours before the scheduled departure time and closed a few hours before take-off.
For passengers who preferred or needed to check in at the airport, Malmo Aviation had dedicated check-in counters. The airport check-in counters opened a few hours before the scheduled departure time.
Malmo Aviation had a single-class configuration on its aircraft. While it did not offer cabin classes like economy, business, or first class, the airline aimed to provide a comfortable and pleasant flying experience for all passengers.
Malmo Aviation offered a range of in-flight entertainment options to keep passengers entertained during their flights. This included movies, TV shows, music and magazines.
Malmo Aviation had its own frequent flyer program called 'Malmo Aviation Bonus'. Passengers could join the program and earn points or miles for eligible flights. These points could then be redeemed for various rewards such as free flights, upgrades and other benefits.
Before its rebranding, Malmo Aviation was a member of the Star Alliance network. This alliance allows passengers to enjoy certain benefits and privileges when flying with other member airlines. These benefits include seamless connections, shared frequent flyer benefits and exclusive access to select airport lounges.
Malmo Aviation flew to many destinations including Helskinki, Brussels, Gothenburg, Malmo, Stockholm, Umea, Ostersund, Halmstad, Kalmar, Ronneby, Sundsvall, Trollhattan, Visby, Vaxjo and Angelholm. Malmo Aviation is wholly owned by Braathens Regional Aviation.
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Stockholm Bromma Airport is a Swedish domestic and international airport in Stockholm. The airport has one runway and can handle nearly 3 million passengers every year. Other airlines which fly to and from Stockholm Bromma Airport include air Baltic, Brussels Airlines, Estonian Air and Finnair.
Before Malmo Aviation rebranded, it operated the Abro RJ100, Avro RJ85 and the Saab 2000 aircraft in its fleet.