to ABA - AB Aerotransport

to KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines

to Scandinavian Air Express


Aircraft shown are Fokker F.VIII and Junkers-G 24.
KLM's Fokkers, seating 15 passengers, flew the routes between Amsterdam and London/Paris, whereas ABA's Junkers, with space for 9 passengers, joined the Fokkers to share the traffic between Amsterdam and Malmö. Similar Junkers on floats were used between Stockholm and Helsinki. You had to go by train between Malmö and Stockholm until Bromma Airport was opened in 1936, enabling land planes to serve the Swedish capital.

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This page last updated June 28, 2003.

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