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Golden Air has rebranded to Braathens Regional Airways

Golden Air changed its name to Braathens Regional in January 2013. For all Braathens Regional flights and similar routes, use the search bar at the top of the page. Or, check out the Braathens Regional page.

About Golden Air

Golden Air was a Swedish low-cost regional airline based at Trollhatten-Vannersborg airport until its name and branding changed to Braathens Regional Airways in 2013. Under the Golden Air name, Golden Air offered fast and convenient connections between Stockholm andTrollhatten. With a journey time of just one hour, this was the most immediate connection between the Swedenwest-coast and the capital city of Stockholm. Golden Air flew the Trollhatten—Stockholm route six times a day.


Golden Air flew to a variety of destinations within Sweden before rebranding to Braathens Regional, including Stockholm and Gothenburg. Below is a list of some of its former destinations:

  • Stockholm-Bromma Airport (BMA)
  • Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT)
  • Malmö Airport (MMX)
  • Visby Airport (VBY)
  • Ängelholm-Helsingborg Airport (AGH)
  • Ronneby Airport (RNB)
  • Sundsvall-Timrå Airport (SDL)
  • Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport (THN)

Baggage Allowance

Golden Air's baggage allowance typically included free checked baggage and cabin baggage. The specific weight and size limits may have varied depending on the fare type and ticket class. Passengers were advised to check the airline's website for detailed baggage allowance information.

Cabin Classes

Golden Air operated as a regional airline with a single-class cabin configuration. It did not offer separate cabin classes like economy, business or first class.

In-flight Entertainment

Golden Air did not offer dedicated in-flight entertainment systems on its flights. Given its short-haul regional operations, passengers usually relied on personal electronic devices or reading materials for entertainment during the flight.

Food and Drink

Golden Air provided complimentary snacks and beverages on board its flights. The specific offerings may have varied depending on the flight duration and time of day. However, as a regional airline, full meal service was not provided.

Check-In Information

Passengers flying with Golden Air could check-in either at the airport counters or through online check-in. At the airport, passengers could check in with the airline's staff at the designated counters. Online check-in allowed passengers to check-in for their flights and select seats in advance, saving time at the airport.

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Hub Airport

Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport

Trollhättan-Vänersborg Airport is a regional airport located near the cities of Trollhättan and Vänersborg, Sweden. It has a single terminal building serving both domestic and international flights.

The airport used to be the hub for Golden Air until the airline rebranded to Braathens Regional. Currently, the only airline flying to/from this airport is NyxAir.


Golden Air operated a fleet primarily composed of turboprop aircraft suitable for regional flights. Golden Air operated a SAAB 340 and SAAB 2000 at the time that it rebranded.