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Swedair (retired)
Swedair operated the military's helicopters at the RFN base in Vidsel between 1984-1994.

About the company
Swedair was established in 1975, as a heritage of Svensk Flygtjänst. The company was involved in various operations, airplane shuttle traffic, maintenance and airborne target towing. It had a lot of activity at the military missile test range in Vidsel (Robotförsöksplats Norrland, RFN).

Its predecessor, Svensk Flygtjänst, had conducted the helicopter operations at the missile test range on behalf of the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) since 1959. The activity was formally written over to Swedair in November 1984. This was the only helicopter related activity in Swedair.

One helicopter was lost in an accident, and the other two helicopters were gradually returned its owner - the Armed Forces. The last one (SE-HON) was returned in 1994.
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Last update: 9 Jul, 2011
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