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Stockholm-Bromma Airport

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Stockholm Bromma Airport (IATA: BMA, ICAO: ESSB) is a Swedish domestic and minor international airport in Stockholm. It is located about 8 kilometres west northwest of downtown Stockholm and is the closest to the city compared to the other commercial passenger airports in the area around Stockholm (Arlanda, Skavsta and Västerås). Bromma was Sweden's fifth largest airport by passenger traffic as of 2008 and third largest in terms of take-offs and landings.



Getting there and away

  • airBaltic - Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius
  • Blekingeflyg operated by Braathens Regional - Ronneby
  • British Airways operated by Sun Air of Scandinavia - Aarhus
  • Brussels Airlines - Brussels
  • Estonian Air - Tallinn
  • Finnair operated by Nordic Regional Airlines - Helsinki
  • Flysmaland operated by Braathens Regional - Växjö
  • Golden Air operated by Braathens Regional - Trollhättan
  • Gotlandsflyg operated by Braathens Regional - Visby
  • Kalmarflyg operated by Braathens Regional - Kalmar
  • Kullaflyg operated by Braathens Regional - Halmstad, Ängelholm
  • Malmö Aviation - Gothenburg-Landvetter, Malmö, Umeå
  • Malmö Aviation operated by Braathens Regional - Åre-Östersund
  • Sundsvallsflyg operated by Braathens Regional - Sundsvall-Härnösand



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