Flybe announces brand new route from Stockholm Bromma to Oslo
13 February 2012
Leading regional airline to operate first ever flights to Norway’s capital from Bromma with seats on sale now, offering a convenient choice of up to 22 flights per week
Flybe, Europe’s largest regional airline, has announced today a third brand new route in its fast-expanding schedule from Stockholm Bromma airport with a convenient and affordable choice of 22 flights week to Oslo from Wednesday, May 2nd. One way fares start from 359 SEK (298 NOK), including taxes and charges, and seats are available for booking now at www.flybe.se or with preferred travel agents.
This latest news means that Flybe is now the largest international airline flying from Stockholm’s convenient, local airport and has come quickly after the airline started operating its brand new route between Bromma and Copenhagen last month. By offering travel to the region’s major capital cities from Bromma, namely Copenhagen, Oslo, Tallinn and Helsinki, Flybe and its joint venture partner Finnair, offer a comprehensive international offering to Stockholm passengers from their local airport. This moves Flybe one step closer to realising its ambitions to becoming the largest regional airline in the Scandinavian and Nordic region, linking all key business cities with a reasonably priced, efficient choice of air travel.
Bromma to Oslo
Departs 10:50, Arrives 12:00 (Monday-Friday)
Departs 18:50, Arrives 20:00 (All days except Saturday)
Oslo to Bromma
Departs 12:30, Arrives 13:40 (Monday-Friday)
Departs 20:30, Arrives 21:40 (All days except Saturday)
Flybe Europe’s Managing Director, Mike Rutter says:“Today, people’s time is their most valued commodity and that plays a key role in driving travel decisions. Our goal is to encourage more people to fly to and from their local airports such as Bromma Stockholm, which now offers fast and direct access to important international destinations. We are today delivering on our promise to offer a reasonably priced, fast alternative method of travel with the addition of twice-daily flights to Oslo, Norway’s commercial and cultural centre, with connections to the rest of the world. It also continues our long term plan for making Bromma a key regional Flybe base from where we intend to offer an even greater selection of key business and leisure destinations in the coming months.”