SkyWork extends its network from Bern in Switzerland with three international routes

A cake with a typical Dutch motif (windmill, cloggs, you name it...) was baked to welcome SkyWork from Bern to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The cake was cut by the airline’s CEO Tomislav Lang and the airport’s director aviation marketing Marcel Lekkerkerk. No less than four (!) fire-trucks saluted the Dornier 328 aircraft on arrival in Amsterdam.

  • SkyWork, the Swiss regional carrier operating out of the country capital Bern (BRN), extended its international route network at the start of the winter season. On 30 October, the airline launched a new daily route to Amsterdam (AMS), and one day later, a twice-weekly service to Budapest (BUD) and four flights a week to Madrid (MAD). All three routes are operated with 31-seat Dornier 328. While none of the routes face direct competition, Bern’s location close to Basel (100km), Zurich (130km) and Geneva (160km), means that indirect competition comes from easyJet, Swiss, KLM and Iberia. Commenting the Budapest service, SkyWork Airlines’ CEO Tomislav Lang said: “We are extremely pleased to have begun this exciting new route directly linking Budapest and the Swiss capital of Bern. The route offers travellers from Bern the chance to visit Hungary’s capital and largest city, one of the most popular holiday destinations and beautiful cities in Europe. We have already experienced strong forward bookings and are confident that our new flights to Budapest will continue to be well received.”

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