Introducing SkyWork Airlines
Attended by representatives from politics and the media, the economy and tourism, the Swiss airline, which will be serving the Graz – Berlin route from 25 March, has today presented itself and its aeroplane at Graz Airport.
Feldkirchen bei Graz, 28 February 2018: 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.
Based at the Bern-Belp Airport, Swiss SkyWork Airlines AG is in a phase of expansion. While it served 18 destinations in 2017, summer 2018 sees it flying to 22 with Graz among them. For this, it uses five Saab 2000 aircraft and – as of late – an Embraer jet for routes with particularly high passenger volumes. 120 staff work tirelessly to put this expansion on sturdy foundations.
To Berlin in comfort – with the Saab 2000
Its stretched fuselage makes the Saab 2000 an elegant aeroplane. With a maximum speed of 680 kilometres per hour, it is also 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.
Remarkable: One piece of luggage weighing up to 23 kg is included in the ticket price on all SkyWork Airlines flights.
Flight times from 25 March 2018:
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Flights can now be booked at www.flyskywork.com.
SkyWork Airlines Media Office
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