Today, the Swedish airline Braathens Regional Airline (BRA) announced that it would begin operating on the Tallinn-Stockholm route as of March 30. Flights will take place six times a week.
“The new route should primarily be suitable for business travelers. Beside Arlanda Airport, there is now an opportunity to fly directly to Bromma Airport in the heart of Stockholm” said Eero Pärgmäe, Commercial Manager of Tallinn Airport. In addition to the visiting of Stockholm becoming more convenient, the flight schedule also makes it easy to fly to other Swedish destinations, as Bromma Airport is the hub for local scheduled flights.
Braathens Regional Airline (BRA) is an airline focused on regional lines in Sweden and has so far mainly operated in the Nordic countries. BRA is an airline that places a high value on operating in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner, being the first airline awarded an environmental certificate in 2009 and a strong advocate of environmental issues among airlines. In addition to the traditional first and business class, BRA aircraft have a “green class,” which means passengers can contribute to the use of biofuel.
Currently, airBaltic, LOT Polish Airlines, SAS and Norwegian fly on the Tallinn Stockholm route to Arlanda Airport.