BRA Braathens Regional Airlines is a Norwegian-owned Swedish airline founded in 2016 and one of the largest domestic airlines in Sweden. The actual operators of all of its flights however are its sister companies Braathens Regional Airways and Braathens Regional Aviation. The brand BRA is the successor of Malmö Aviation and Sverigeflyg and the company has its headquarters in Stockholm.
BRA Braathens Regional Airlines was founded in 2016 with the purpose of uniting the previously distinct appearances of Malmö Aviation and Sverigeflyg and offer one single brand to the Swedish domestic market. BRA does not have an AOC and any aircraft of its own. Instead it uses the capacities of its sister companies Braathens Regional Airways and Braathens Regional Aviation.
The following destinations are marketed by BRA - and served by Braathens Regional Airways or Braathens Regional Aviation - as of October 2019:
|Gothenburg||Göteborg Landvetter Airport|
|Mora||Mora–Siljan Airport||Seasonal|
|Östersund||Åre Östersund Airport|
|Stockholm||Stockholm Bromma Airport||Hub|
|Växjö||Växjö Småland Airport|
As of November 2019, the BRA Braathens Regional Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|ATR 72-500||4||—||72||Operated by Braathens Regional Airways|
|ATR 72-600||10||—||72||Operated by Braathens Regional Airways|
|Avro RJ85||2||—||95||Operated by Braathens Regional Aviation, to be phased out by end of March 2020|
|Avro RJ100||9||—||112||Operated by Braathens Regional Aviation, to be phased out by end of March 2020|
|Fokker 50||2||—||50||operated by Amapola Flyg|
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