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Latest helicopter for sale:
Established:
1970
Retired:
1982
Originated to:
Main activites:
Air Taxi
External Load
Reindeer Mustering
Main location(s):
Kiruna
Helicopter type(s):
Hughes 269C
Hughes 369C
Hughes 369D
Hughes 369HS
Previous type(s):
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F:a Fjällflyg Bröderna Granqvist (retired)
F:a Fjällflyg was established by the Granqvist brothers in Kiruna back in 1970. Knut “Knutte” Hedström had already a company named AB Fjällflyg in Gällivare, some 80 km away, so he changed the name of his company to Norrlandsflyg (which would grow to become Sweden’s largest helicopter operator for a period of time).

The Granquist brothers bought their first Hughes 300 in 1970, which was quickly followed by two more in 1971. The fleet was eventually expanded by three Hughes 500s throughout the 70s.

The company operated in the deep mountain world in northern Sweden for 12 years before it was transformed into HB Fjällflyg in 1982, Fjällflyg i Kiruna in 1984 and a part of Heli AB in 1987.
Available photos of the retired fleet
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Last update: 6 Jul, 2011
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