Braathens Malmö faces financial problems

Swedish airline Braathens Malmö Aviation is anticipating a loss of US$24 million in 1990. As a result, the airline is planning to reduce its workforce, close unprofitable routes, and concentrate its operations at Bromma Airport. BAe 146 routes expected to be cut include Malmö-London City, Arlanda-Lulea, and Bromma-Lulea. Most are to be discontinued on 29 November, except for Malmö-London City which will be served until 10 January 2000.

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