Finnair is set to relaunch flights to Stockholm-Bromma (BMA) from 29 October 2023, as it continues to improve its Nordic connectivity.
Flights to the Swedish airport will operate twice per day from Monday to Friday, with an additional Sunday evening service for customers looking to enjoy a weekend getaway.
As the closest airport to downtown Stockholm, Bromma is a convenient gateway to the city’s numerous attractions, including world-class museums, historic landmarks, and vibrant nightlife.
Services to Bromma
The carrier will be one of only five airlines to operate into Stockholm-Bromma, and the only airline to serve both Bromma and Arlanda, as it continues to offer customers access to most sought-after airports across the Nordic region.
Services will depart Helsinki each weekday at 7:10am and 7:45pm, arriving into Stockholm-Bromma at 7:25am and 8:00pm respectively.
On the return, flights will leave Stockholm-Bromma at 7:50am and 8:25pm each weekday, arriving into Finnair’s home at 10:05am and 10:40pm respectively.
On Sunday, services will depart Helsinki at 7:45pm, arriving into Stockholm-Bromma at 8:00pm, before returning for Finland at 8:25pm and landing in Helsinki at 10:40pm local time.
Finnair already operates up to nine flights a day between Stockholm-Arlanda and Helsinki, up to four flights a day to Gothenburg, and a summer seasonal service to Visby.
About Stockholm-Bromma Airport
Bromma is a district located in the western part of Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden. It is situated about 8 kilometers west of the city center and is known for its residential areas, green spaces, and the Bromma airport.
Bromma Airport, officially known as Stockholm-Bromma Airport (BMA), is an important domestic airport located in the Bromma district of Stockholm, Sweden.
It is the third-largest airport in Stockholm and serves as a domestic airport, connecting Stockholm with other cities within Sweden.
The airport primarily serves as a hub for domestic flights within Sweden. It offers connections to several destinations across the country, including major cities like Gothenburg, Malmö, Umeå, Luleå, and Sundsvall, among others.
Domestic carriers such as BRA (Braathens Regional Airlines) and Amapola Flyg have traditionally operated from Bromma Airport, providing frequent flights to various destinations.
Bromma Airport has a rich history dating back to 1936 when it was inaugurated as Stockholm’s primary airport.
For several decades, it served as the main international airport for the city until the larger Arlanda Airport took over that role.
Over the years, Bromma Airport has undergone renovations and modernizations to meet safety standards and improve passenger services.
With the relaunch of its flight services, Finnair becomes one of five airlines currently serving the airport, and the only carrier serving both Bromma and Arlanda.