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STOCKHOLM, SWEEDEN - Estonian charter and ACMI operator NyxAir will start flights from Stockholm Bromma Airport to Gothenburg, Malmö, and Angelholm in August. 

NyxAir will operate the routes with three 50-seat Saab 2000s, which have been leased from the world's largest turboprop aircraft lessor Jetstream Aviation Capital.

"We are pleased to be helping to relaunch aviation in the region and to work with the ambitious airline Air Leap," 

NyxAir CEO Jaanus Ojamets said,

adding that the company, together with its Swedish partners, is launching a ticket sales platform connected to various international ticket sales systems in order to find opportunities to expand operations both abroad and in Estonia.

Ojamets said that in addition to Scandinavia, NyxAir and another partner, Jetstream Aviation Capital, are planning several projects in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy. Thus, the aircraft rental company AlandiaAir, the owner and lessor of NyxAir's first Saab 340 aircrafts, helped launch the cooperation with Jetstream Aviation Capital.

NyxAir's Swedish return flights will take place twice a day every weekday, except Saturdays.

NyxAir is an Estonian privately owned airline established in 2017, which operates scheduled and charter flights with Saab 2000 and Saab 340 passenger aircraft and Saab 340 cargo aircraft. In addition to Estonia, NyxAir has served flights in Europe and Africa.

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