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FlySmaland was a small Swedish regional airline operating from Stockholm Bromma airport. The airline rebranded to Braathens Regional, along with other Swedish airlines including Malmo Aviation and Blekingeflyg.
FlySmaland flew to four destinations, including Vilnius in Lithuania, Berlin (Tegel Airport) in Germany, Vaxjo in southern Sweden and during the summer months, the Swedish island of Visby.
For passengers flying with FlySmaland, only 1 piece of carry-on baggage was allowed. This could not weigh more than 5kg and not exceed the maximum dimensions of 45 x 35 x 20cm.
When flying with FlySmaland, passengers were permitted 1 piece of checked baggage that couldn't weigh more than 15kg.
Online check-in was available for flights operated by FlySmaland. Online check-in could be accessed via the airline's official website. It would be available 24 hours up until 15 minutes before the flight was scheduled to depart.
For flights with FlySmaland, self-service kiosks and check-in counters were available at the airport. Airport check-in would open 2 hours before departure.
It's not known what cabin classes FlySmaland may have offered on its flights, however, it is likely that it offered Economy Class as standard. Economy Class with FlySmaland may have included complimentary food and drink, comfortable seating in a 2 x 2 or 3 x 3 layout and lower fares.
No in-flight entertainment was available on FlySmaland flights due to the short flight durations and type of aircraft operated by the airline.
It's unknown whether FlySmaland offered food or drink onboard due to its short flight durations, however, it may have offered Swedish snacks and beverages to keep passengers refreshed for their journey.
FlySmaland didn't have its own frequent flyer program.
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Stockholm Bromma Airport is an airport in Stockholm that primarily serves domestic flights but also serves minor international flights. It's the third-busiest airport in Sweden based on passenger traffic, take-offs and landings.
The airport is currently a hub for BRA Braathens Regional Airlines. It also serves other airlines on a seasonal basis including Brussels Airlines (from Brussels), Finnair (from Helsinki) and Nyxair (from Kristianstad and Trollhättan).
Before rebranding to Braathens Regional, FlySmaland's fleet consisted of: