Estonian Air Now Flies to Stockholm's Bromma ({{commentsTotal}})

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In addition to regular flights to Stockholm Arlanda, Estonian Air now offers flights to Stockholm Bromma as an alternative link to Sweden.

The new line will operate twice a day on weekdays from September 29 to December 19 and again from January 26 to June 19.

The official launch of the Tallinn-Bromma route took place today at 7:20. The first flight departed at 8.15.

Bromma is Stockholm's commuter airport only 8 kilometers from the city center, closer than Arlanda, the major international airport.



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