02.03.2018 11:33
Group picture on aircraft stairs

Photo: © Graz Airport. From the bottom: DI Wolfgang Malik, Martin Inäbnit, Mag. Siegfried Nagl, Mag. Michael Schickhofer, Mag. Gerhard Widmann.

Introducing SkyWork

The Swiss airline presented itself and its aeroplane at Graz Airport. SkyWork Airlines will serve the Graz – Berlin route from 25 March.

Based at the Bern-Belp Airport, SkyWork Airlines AG is in a phase of expansion and presented its new route, the company itself and the Saab 2000 aeroplane to representatives from politics, the media, the economy and tourism.

To Berlin in comfort – with the Saab 2000

The elegant Saab 2000 is one of the fastest Turboprop aeroplanes used in civil aviation. Its 2/1 seating configuration not only guarantees privacy, but two thirds of passengers also enjoy a window seat. A distance of more than 80 cm between rows allows for comfortable travelling, even for tall people.

Swiss quality on the way to Berlin

From Graz to the international metropolis of Berlin – via a little piece of Switzerland in between: “Flights made in Switzerland” is the guiding principle behind the airline's service on the ground and in the air.

Remarkable: One piece of luggage weighing up to 23 kg is included in the ticket price on all SkyWork Airlines flights.

Flights can now be booked at www.flyskywork.com.

Further details and comments in the press release.

Photos: Graz Airport. Saab2000 on the apron, boarding display, rows of seats on the Saab2000.

Saab2000 on the apron

Boarding display Berlin

Rows of seats Saab 2000