Bromma Air Maintenance AB

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Bromma Air Maintenance AB, 70% Of Shares Sold To Tagehus Holding AB.

Stockholm-Bromma (Aug. 29, 2019)  – We are happy to announce that 70% of our shares have been sold to Tagehus Holding AB.

Through this transaction we will be able to obtain an even stronger position in our different market areas.  We will not only get the strength and possibility to lead and complete front edge projects but also to be able to find new paths and ventures.

Tagehus Holding AB is a family-owned company founded in 1946. We share common ethics and values. We believe this is a perfect match for bringing Bromma Air Maintenance AB into the future!

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Estonia Orders A New Maritime Surveillance Aircraft From Bromma Air Maintenance AB

The Ministry of Interior of Estonia has decided to purchase a new MSS 7000 equipped aircraft from Bromma Air Maintenance AB.

Bromma Air Maintenance AB will purchase, modify and equip an aircraft of the type Beech King Air 350i The aircraft will be used for environmental patrol and aerial surveillance of the sea areas under Estonian responsibility. Delivery to the Estonian Border Guard is planned to mid-2018.

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Bromma Air Maintenance AB And SA Group Secures Upgrade Contract With The Finnish Border Guard

The partnership between Bromma Air Maintenance AB and The SA Group once again showed its comprehensive and extensive capabilities, being awarded a large avionics upgrade and maintenance task on two DO228 aircraft for The Finnish Border Guard.

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Bromma Air Maintenance AB Appointed As Official Continental Motors FBO

Bromma Air Maintenance AB is pleased to announce the dealership agreement with Advent Aircraft Systems, an Anti-Skid Braking System available for Beechcraft King B200/B300-series, Pilatus PC-12 and Eclipse 500/550 series.

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Bromma Air Maintenance AB Receives SAAB 340 Contract

Bromma Air Maintenance AB declares that they won the contract for heavy maintenance on the Air Force’s four SAAB 340. The period for appeal has expired and the contract was signed on July 3 which commences immediately and will initially run for 1.5 years. The contract may be extended via options to comprise a total of 4.5 years. During the procurement process, we have obtained a military RML approval.