Norwegian airline Braathens has bought Swedish airline Malmö Aviation for SEK 600 million (about US$76 million). The take-over will take place during the autumn, and will bring Malmö into the KLM alliance. Earlier, Braathens had taken over Transwede and renamed it Braathens Sweden AB. Malmö will, however, continue to operate under its own name. Malmö currently operates 10 BAe 146-200s; an additional 146-200 is leased to CityJet which operates it on Malmö’s behalf between London City and Stockholm.