Stockholm Bromma Airport is the country’s third-busiest airport and is located 7.4 km from the city. Established in 1936 by King Gustav V, the airport was the first to have paved runways. When the Arlanda airport opened in the 1960s, the air traffic was divided with Bromma Airport handling the domestic traffic now. Bromma airport was commonly used for business flights, general aviation and government flights.
The airport is home to two flight clubs called Stockholms Flygklubb and SAS Flygklubb and hosts a flight school called LidAir. The airport is also used to operate VIP flights for the government and royal family by the state aviation. The airport hosts the Grafair Jet Center, Sweden’s first fixed-base operator The Center was voted the 3rd best international fixed-base operator in 2008.
Airlines like AirGotland, Air Leap, Amapola Flyg, Brussels Airlines and Finnair operate regular scheduled and charter flights at the airport.Parking facilities are available at the airport including short-term and long term parking lots. Managed by the airport authority Luftfartsverket, terminal parking costs around 45 Swedish kronor.
Bromma airport is considered to have an advantage over the Arlanda airport due to its location. The light railway Tvärbanan extension was established in 2013 which provided easy and fast transfers to the airport.
Environment standards are extremely tough at the airport and only the quietest and most environment-friendly aircrafts are allowed to land. Rydeu provides direct transfers out of the airport with cheap, easy and comfortable rides which are a click away.