Finnair will complement its existing service between Helsinki and Stockholm Arlanda Airport with twice-daily flights on weekdays from Helsinki to the Swedish city's Bromma...

Finnair will complement its existing service between Helsinki and Stockholm Arlanda Airport with twice-daily flights on weekdays from Helsinki to the Swedish city’s Bromma Airport in August.

Its Danish partner Sun-Air is also launching Helsinki-Stockholm Bromma flights.


Bromma Airport is situated close to downtown Stockholm and the Kista business area, where many international companies are located.

“The new, fast connection will best serve business passengers who travel often between Helsinki and Stockholm. Bromma Airport is very efficient. It’s possible to check in 15 minutes before departure, which shortens the overall travel time,” says Petteri Kostermaa, Finnair’s vice president network strategy and traffic planning.

Finnair operates a sizeable fleet of Embraer 170s and Embraer 190s on domestic and European routes. It is operating its Embraers on its new Helsinki-Stockholm Bromma route

Finnair will fly to Bromma twice a day from Monday to Friday and once on Sunday, launching the service on August 18. In addition to Finnair, the company’s Danish partner Sun-Air will begin a daily service on the route. The cooperation of Finnair and Sun-Air will offer Swedish customers excellent connections to Asia.

In addition to the Bromma route, Finnair flies 50 flights per week between Helsinki and Arlanda. Until 1962 Finnair’s Stockholm flights landed at Bromma, before Arlanda Airport opened and international traffic was transferred there.

Bromma applies very strict environmental and noise restrictions, which set high demands on the aircraft using the airport. Finnair will fly the Bromma route with its Embraer 170s and Embraer 190s.