SkyWork launches six new low-frequency routes from Bern

Supervised by one of the younger travellers on the maiden flight, Bern Airport’s CEO Mathias Häberli cut the ribbon for the latest new route from the airport to Croatia’s Rijeka, assisted by the airport’s Director of Ground Services, Heinz Kafader, and SkyWork’s CEO, Tomislav Lang.

Supervised by one of the younger travellers on the maiden flight, Bern Airport’s CEO Mathias Häberli cut the ribbon for the latest new route from the airport to Croatia’s Rijeka, assisted by the airport’s Director of Ground Services, Heinz Kafader, and SkyWork’s CEO, Tomislav Lang.

As SkyWork’s new route from Switzerland’s capital Bern arrived in Croatia’s Rijeka, a joint press conference was held by Kvarner Tourist Board’s Irena Peršić Živadinov; SkyWork’s CEO Tomislav Lang; Rijeka Aiport’s CEO Mladen Pasaric; and Gerhard Lempl from Primorsko Goranska County. A big cake was also on offer, along with traditional Croatian music and dancing.

  • The first week of May saw the Swiss regional carrier SkyWork commenced six new low-frequency routes to the Mediterranean from its base in Bern (BRN); two to Croatia, two to Italy and once each to Spain and Greece. While all new destinations are served weekly, only services to Catania (CTA) face competition from the also weekly service provided by Helvetic Airways.
Launch date Destination WF* A/c Competition (WF**)
04-May-12 Rijeka (RJK) 1 Eqv
06-May-12 Cagliari (CAG) 1 Do328
05-May-12 Catania (CTA) 1 Do328 Helvetic Airways (1)
06-May-12 Mahon (MAH) 1 Do328
07-May-12 Preveza (PVK) 1 Do328
05-May-12 Split (SPU) 1 Do328
WF*: Weekly Frequency at launch
WF**: Weekly Frequency for w/c 7 May (Source: Innovata)

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