"Flyget på Bulltofta 1919-1972" – "Aviation on Bulltofa Malmö Airport 1919 - 1972"
Malmö Airport, or "Bulltofta" as it was named after the area where it was situated, was Sweden's first real airport with commercial air services, connecting Sweden with Denmark and Germany.
For a period during the first years of WWII, the airport was also home to No. 10 Fighter Wing who intercepted and escorted sores of mainly Allied bombers to a safe haven in neutral Sweden. In the 1960's and 70's, the airport was also home to a large number of various Swedish charter airlines, most well known was probably Transair with their large fleet of DC-6 and DC-7 airliners, later replaced by Boeing 727's.
In 1972, the airport was closed and replaced by new Malmö Airport Sturup.
Nicely illustrated. Text in Swedish.