A smallish update. I've been very busy so not had a great deal of time for this but hopefully I will have more time in the future!
We're delighted to announce that a maintenance ramp has been opened. The ramp is located behind what was originally a general aviation space. BRA Technical Services have agreed to operate the facility.
This Flybe Q400 was one of the first planes to visit.
The Malmo Aviation (BRA) RJ100 has also been moved. It was previously stored near the fire station and is now stored here.
New Route: Norwegian inaugurated their first routes from the airport. The carrier will operate to London Gatwick 3x weekly. This is the 3rd service to London. British Airways serve London City Airport twice weekly and SAS fly to Heathrow 3x weekly.
Pictured waiting at the gate for her return passengers.
A Loganair E145 operated a charter flight to Aberdeen on Monday. The flight was bringing a tour group to the region for a hiking tour. It will return next Monday to collect the guests.
It's not often the ramp looks so busy!
Lots of buses and taxis waiting for passengers as three flights arrive and depart around the same time.
Several airlines are adjusting their schedules to match demand in the coming weeks. The destinations served are as follows:
Stockholm Arlanda 2daily ATR
Oslo daily ATR
London Heathrow 3weekly A320neo
Gothenburg 2 weekly RJ100
Stockholm Bromma 2 daily RJ100
Malmo 2 weekly RJ100
London City 2 weekly E170/E190
Manchester 1 weekly E170/E190
Billund 2 weekly D328
Helsinki 3 weekly (5weekly at peak) E190
London Gatwick 3 weekly 738
Bergen 2 weekly DCH8
Stavanger 2 weekly DCH8
Reykjavik 1 weekly 757
Eurowings - Dusseldorf
In talks with
Discussions are on going with several airlines. Air Baltic will operate some charter flights and may launch winter seasonal flights. KLM also have strong operations to Scandinavian regional airports and may launch but want to start with twice daily E190 operations so we need to prove demand first.