On 26 January, Air Lituanica touched down at Stockholm Bromma from Vilnius, where it was greeted with a special ceremony. The sector will be served 10 times weekly using the airline’s ATR 42s. Cutting the celebratory cake are: Peder Grunditz, Airport Director, Stockholm Bromma Airport; Gytis Gumuliauskas, CEO, Air Lituanica; and Eitvydas Bajarunas, Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania in Sweden.
- Air Lituanica, the relatively new flag carrier of Lithuania, expanded its presence in Scandinavia, with the addition of Stockholm Bromma (BMA) from its Vilnius (VNO) base on 26 January. The 689-kilometre sector to the airport located northwest of downtown Stockholm will be served 10 times weekly until 19 June, utilising the airline’s 47-seat ATR 42-500s. No other airline serves this airport pair, but SAS is providing indirect competition by flying 10 times weekly from the Lithuanian capital to Stockholm Arlanda.