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Latest helicopter for sale:
Main activites:
Flight Training
Main location(s):
Bromma, Stockholm
Helicopter type(s):
Hughes 269C
Schweizer 269C
Previous type(s):
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Bromma Flygskola (retired)
Bromma Flygskola was originally established as a fixed-wing flight school at Bromma Airport back in 1963. As time evolved the flight school started helicopter training as well. A Schweizer 300 (SE-JAI) came to be used from 1992. Several 300s were used over the years, but the helicopter training was eventually cut off around year 1999. The most of the students (and instructors) went to Helicopter Assistance instead.

Bromma Flygskola changed name to Scandinavian Aviation Academy (SAA) in 1999 and continued to grow in the fixed-wing segment.
Available photos of the retired fleet



Last update: 8 Jul, 2011
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