Braathens SAFE

Braathens – Wikipedia

Braathens SAFE was the second airline to take delivery of the Fokker F-27 Friendship, which replaced the DC-3 and Herons with turboprops and cabin pressurization. The first aircraft was delivered in 1958 and the model was put into service on the main routes.

Parent company: Branganza (1946–94), SAS Group (2001–04)

History of Braathens SAFE (1946–93) – Wikipedia

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Braathens S.A.F.E. Fleet Details and History

25 rows · Braathens S.A.F.E. (IATA: BU / ICAO: BRA) was an airline based in Oslo, …

REG AIRCRAFT TYPE CONFIG DELIVERED
LN-BRL Boeing 737-296(A) Y124 04. Jun 1993 (Mar 1987)
LN-SUA Boeing 737-205C 17. Mar 1971
LN-SUA Boeing 737-205(A) Y124 17. Nov 1992 (29. Apr 1986)
LN-SUP Boeing 737-205 Y124 31. Jan 1969

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Braathens SAFE Flight 239 – Wikipedia

Braathens SAFE was the launch customer of the F28 and Sverre Sigurdsson was the first F28 to fly in revenue service, in early 1969. By 1972 Braathens had six such aircraft in its fleet. The airline had seen some operational difficulties as an early operator of …

Aircraft type: Fokker F28 Fellowship 1000

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For most of its history, Braathens was the largest domestic airline in Norway, but did not operate an international network for many years.

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Braathens SAFE Flight 253 – Wikipedia

Braathens SAFE Flight 253, also known as the Hummelfjell Accident (Norwegian: Hummelfjell-ulykken), occurred on 7 November 1956 at 9:50, when a de Havilland Heron crashed into the mountain Hummelfjell in Tolga, Norway. The Braathens SAFE aircraft was en route from Trondheim Airport, Værnes to Oslo Airport, Fornebu.

Aircraft type: de Havilland DH-114 Heron 2B