Linjeflyg (LIN) was a SAS subsidiary, set up in the late 50's, which provided domestic air travel in Sweden. This is a domestic timetable for both carriers; SAS flights were operated by DC9 and LIN used Fokker 28, Convair metropolitan and Twin Otter DH6 planes.
LIN was sold in the early 90's and started operating as an independent operator. It turned out that it was a big threat for SAS in one of their home markets, so in 1992 SAS bought it back, finally merging the LIN operation into SAS.
|Portada con mapa de rutas, y contraportada con el típico listado de la epoca con información de oficinas y transporte al aeropuerto. |
Cover with route map, and backcover with the usual city/airport information which was provided at the time.
The brochure was actually a big depliable poster, with the flight information displayed in tabular format. I suspect this was a very convenable format, since the poster could be displayed at airport counters, travel agencts windows, etc.
|Información de tarifas, creo que puede ser interesante compararlas con las actuales. |
Fare information; Swedish readers might find interesting to compare with the current fare levels.
- Linjeflyg (escrita casi por completo en sueco, sobre la historia de la compañía // Written almost entirely in Swedish, a fan page about this airline and its history)