Scandinavian Mountains Airport is the newest airport in Sweden. It's being built near Salen, a ski destination in the middle of Sweden, close to the Norwegian border. You can read more about the real SCR here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scandi...ntains_Airport
This is my interpretation of that airport! Flights are mainly Nordic with some charter flights.
We start with an overview of the airport:
In the distance you can see the terminal, parking areas and ramp. Closer is the GA ramp (which may be expanded to offer more space).
The first flight to land was a SAS Scandinavian Airlines flight from Stockholm Arlanda.
This route is served daily during the summer and twice daily during winter. Usually a CRJ900 or ATR72 operates the route but for the opening an A320Neo was sent.
The dignitaries were welcomed at the front and other passengers left through the rear doors.
SAS fly to Oslo (3x weekly), Stockholm(daily) and Copenhagen (3x weekly) at the moment. Wideroe also offer a twice weekly link to Bergen. Seen here heading for the runway.
Although a quiet airport, we still have busy periods. Here you can see a BRA RJ100 taxing into its parking space. In the background a BA E190 from LCY (operated twice weekly) and a BRA Saab 2000 to Gothenburg (operated three times weekly) await their passengers.
Cargo also uses the airport. Bluebird Cargo 737-300F arrives from Reykjavik. It will depart to Malmo in a few hours time.
Eurowings fly once a week to Dusseldorf using an A320. In winter, this route goes up to three weekly, as lots of German car manufactures test their cars on the ice in Northern Sweden.
The Saturday LCY flight stays at SCR from 14:00 until 07:00 the next morning (as LCY is closed and it's cheaper to park it here). However BA Cityflyer is considering operating a flight to Manchester or Edinburgh like they do from some other destinations. It was a E170 this weekend.
So that concludes this introduction to SCR. The next update will hopefully feature the SAS ATR which is used when demand is less and some of the unusual charters we get.