HELSINKI, FINLAND — Finnair is preparing to recommence flights to Stockholm-Bromma starting from October 29, 2023, enhancing its connectivity within the Nordic region. 

The Swedish airport will be served twice daily from Monday to Friday, along with a supplementary Sunday evening service catering to those seeking a weekend escape.

Bromma, being the nearest airport to downtown Stockholm, offers convenient access to the city's multitude of attractions, including top-tier museums, historical landmarks, and a lively nightlife scene.

Finnair will join the select group of five airlines operating into Stockholm-Bromma, and it will be the only airline serving both Bromma and Arlanda. This move continues Finnair's commitment to providing its customers with access to the most desirable airports throughout the Nordic region.

The scheduled services will depart from Helsinki on weekdays at 7:10am and 7:45pm, arriving at Stockholm-Bromma at 7:25am and 8:00pm, respectively. For the return trip, flights will depart from Stockholm-Bromma at 7:50am and 8:25pm on weekdays, landing at Finnair's home base in Helsinki at 10:05am and 10:40pm, respectively.

On Sundays, the service will leave Helsinki at 7:45pm, reaching Stockholm-Bromma at 8:00pm, and then departing for Finland at 8:25pm, touching down in Helsinki at 10:40pm local time.

Finnair is already operating as many as nine daily flights between Stockholm-Arlanda and Helsinki, up to four daily flights to Gothenburg, and a summer seasonal service to Visby.