Bromma Air Maintenance was founded in 1979 by Ingemar Björk through the acquisition of Flygfirma I. Ehrenström, who had the Swedish agency for Gulfstream, Aero Commander and Fairchild. The company had 5 employees and the most common planes to be maintained were Cessna Citations and Learjets.
In the year of 2000, 45 mechanics, technicians and administrative staff were employed by BAM. When the former owner announced that the company was for sale, 24 of the employees joined forces and purchased BAM. The former Technical Director, Egert Lönn, was appointed as General Manager.
The company today employs more than 50 people have the following approvals: – 145 workshop – Design & production organization – Flight test department – Special operation for airport ILS calibration
Since 2018 the BAM concern is the owner of our affiliated company ST airborne systems. BAM and ST airborne systems are developing and installing a maritime surveillance system to several different aircraft types.