SE-MKA ATR72-600 Braathens Regional Airlines operates Dublin Charter

                                                                 


SE-MKA ATR72-212A(600) msn 1276 Braathens Regional Airlines operated a charter flight from Gothenburg (GOT) to Dublin (DUB) on 9th April as BRA9605/8605.  The return was operated on 16th April by its sistership SE-MKG ATR72-212A(600) msn 1354 as BRA8606/9606.

The charter operated for Ireland vs Sweden in 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying campaign at The Gamla Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg.

B.R.A stands for Braathens Regional Airlines. In swedish, "BRA" means good. The carrier is based at Stockholm Bromma with a fleet of 12 ATR72-600 aircraft operating an extensive domestic network. Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA), turboprop and ATR and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) producer Neste will partner to achieve the collective aim of accelerating the certification of 100% SAF of ATR aircraft to fly with 100% Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel. The companies aim to show a demonstration flight in 2022, with one of Braathens Regional Airlines’ ATR aircraft flying with 100% SAF in one engine and 50% SAF in the other, for an anticipated emissions reduction of 64%. 

Image courtesy of Elevationair 

                                                          



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