InterSky’s inaugural flight to Zurich was celebrated with a special cake ceremony by the airline’s crew at Dresden Airport on 5 May. This airport pair will be operated using the carrier’s Q300s.
The same day, the inaugural flight was celebrated at Zurich Airport as well. Cutting the celebratory cake’s first slice are (left to right): Bettina Bunge, Executive Director, Dresden Airport; Rolf Hancock, Manager Airline Affairs, Zurich Airport; Markus Kopp, CEO, Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG; Renate Moser, MD, InterSky; and Roger Hohl, Head of Sales and Marketing, InterSky.
- InterSky, the Austrian regional carrier, launched its fourth route to Zurich (ZRH), with the addition of six weekly flights from Dresden (DRS) on 5 May, joining its existing services from Graz (11 weekly flights), Salzburg (six) and Elba (one). The 557-kilometre sector from the capital city of the Free State of Saxony will be operated utilising the airline’s 50-seat Q300s. No other operator serves this airport pair. See how Dresden’s FTWA measures up against other new routes being celebrated this week.