BRA Targets Aarhus, Denmark Launch In September

Swedish regional airline Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA) announced this week that it would start flying three new routes from Aarhus Airport (AAR) starting from the 27th of September 2021. The Trollhättan, Sweden-headquartered airline, will offer six flights per week on every day except Saturday between Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT) and Demark’s second-largest city.

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BRA is a Swedish regional airline. Photo: BRA

In addition to the new flights between Gothenburg and Aarhus, BRA says it will offer flights from its main hub at Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA) to Aarhus Airport (AAR) via a short stopover at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT). The Scandinavian regional carrier also said that for Jutlanders who enjoy winter sports that from December 19, 2021, it would begin flying from Aarhus Airport (AAR) to Scandinavian Mountains Airport (SCR) near the resorts of Sälen and Idre in Sweden, and Trysil in Norway.

The new Aarhus flight details

Flights between Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT) and Aarhus Airport (AAR) will depart at 10:40 on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Sunday, the flight will depart at 14:00 in the afternoon. The return leg of the flights from Aarhus Airport (AAR) to Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT) will depart at 11:45 on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Sunday, the flight will depart at 15:05 in the afternoon.

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Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark. Image: GCmaps

According to the airlines’ website, the 40-minute flight will be operated by one of the airlines 12 ATR 72 twin-engine turboprops. Ticket prices for the flight start at SEK 799 ($96).

Flights between Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA) and Aarhus Airport (AAR) will depart the Swedish capital at 09:10 on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Sunday, the flight will depart at 12:30. The return leg of the flight from Aarhus Airport (AAR) to Stockholm Bromma Airport (BMA) will depart the Danish city at 11:45 on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Sunday, the flight will depart at 15:05 in the afternoon.

According to the airline’s website, the 02h15m flight, which includes a 30-minute stopover at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport (GOT), will be operated by an ATR 72. Ticket prices for the flight start at SEK 1058 ($128).

Flights from Aarhus to the mountains

Flights from Aarhus Airport (AAR) to Scandinavian Mountains Airport (SCR) between the 19th of December and the 22nd of December will operate on a Wednesday and Sunday. The flights will depart Aarhus Airport (AAR) at 11:45 on Wednesday and 14:40 on Sunday.

The return flights from Scandinavian Mountains Airport (SCR) to Aarhus Airport (AAR) will depart at 13:30 on Wednesday and 16:30 on Sunday.

Flights from Aarhus Airport (AAR) to Scandinavian Mountains Airport (SCR) between the 26th of December and the 29th of  December will operate on a Wednesday and Sunday. The flights will depart Aarhus Airport (AAR) at 11:00 on Wednesday and 15:45 on Sunday.

The return flights from Scandinavian Mountains Airport (SAR) to Aarhus Airport (AAR) will depart at 12:45 on Wednesday and 13:55 on Sunday.

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BRA has a fleet of 12 ATR 72s.Photo: BRA

The flight times fluctuate slightly during January, but both remain on a Wednesday and Sunday. From February 14th until March 6th, the Wednesday flight is moved to Saturday. On Saturday, the flight departs Aarhus Airport (AAR) at 10:05 and on Sunday at 14:40. The return leg back to Aarhus Airport (AAR) departs Scandinavian Mountains Airport (SCR) at 11:55 on Saturday and at 16:30 on Sunday.

According to the airline’s website, the 01h20m flight will be operated using an ATR 72. Ticket prices for the flight start at SEK 898 ($108).

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About Aarhus

If you have ever wondered why Denmark scores so highly on those liveability lists, all you need to do is visit Aarhus. Located on the eastern shore of Demarks’ Jutland peninsula, Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark, with a population of slightly under 300,000 inhabitants.

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The new flights will be good for Aarhus. Photo: BRA

Founded as a harbor settlement in the late 8th century, Aarhus is an exciting University city named the European Capital of Culture and European Region of Gastronomy in 2017. While being photogenic and easily explored on foot, it is the area surrounding Aarhus that is enticing. Covered in moor-like terrain, the region boasts dramatic cliffs, forests, lakes, and beaches that seem to stretch forever.

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