Last week Jonas spent a few days working in Västerås and stopped by Simon in Stockholm on his way home. This resulted in a Sunday afternoon at Bromma Airport. Oh yes, and by the way, we're doing this in English now!
Welcome to our first post in English!
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When Simon and Jonas was in the same town for once they decided to head out to Bromma Airport before Jonas had to drive back up to Östersund. The weather was really nice, but since it was Sunday there was not very much traffic to shoot. However, they made the best of the situation and manage to take som photos and produce a Vlog.
The first challenge of the day was to find a place where they could shoot both landings and take offs for runway 12. After some help from a helpful friend and some map searching on an iPhone, that problem was easily solved. They found a hill with a good view over the runway.
The first arrival of the day was this Cessna.
Shortly after the first airlines was spotted on short final. OO-DWK was flying for Brussels Airlines from Brussels.
OY-CIM lining up runway 12, ready to head back to Copenhagen.
One of the most commons domestic airlines at Bromma is Malmö Aviation. Here is SE-DSV lining up.
SE-MDB, from Visby flying for Golden Air.
Yet another Malmö Aviation, this time SE-DSP. Short final for runway 12.
As already stated, one of the most common airlines at Bromma. Here SE-DSR.
OO-DWK lining up on runway 12 bound for Brussels.
SE-MDB is ready to return to Visby with new passengers.
The previous episodes of our Vlog are all in Swedish, but from now on we will add English subtitles to the new ones. This is the first, so enjoy!