Aerotransport - Bromma Stockholm Airport

Aerotransport - Bromma Stockholm Airport

 

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Designer:Beckman, Anders (1907-1967)
Decade: 1930
Dimensions:100 x 62 cm (39 ½ x 24 ½ in)
Grade: B -
Printed in: Sweden
Publisher:Aerotransport - Swedish Air Lines
Printed by:J. Olsens Litogr Anst, Stockholm
Category: Airline/Aviation
Description:

This is a very rare original vintage airline poster promoting flights with airline Aerotransport Swedish Airlines to view the newly opened Bromma Airport. A roundtrip costed about $8! The airport was opened in 1936 by King Gustav V, and was the first airport in Europe to have paved runways from the start.

Bromma is Sweden's third busiest airport by passenger traffic and take-offs and landings as of 2015.

The poster depicts the aircraft SE-AEB, a Fokker F.VIII named "Jämtland" that was bought by Swedish airline ABA (Aerotransport AB) from KLM in 1934 and later transfered to Swedish Air Force in 1942.

An extremely rare airline poster. Have never seen it for sale before. The poster is in very good conditions, with fresh colors but it has some tears along the edges. Would look wonderful framed!