02.03.2018 11:25
Group picture on aircraft stairs.

Photo: © Graz Airport: Martin Inäbnit, CEO and Chairman of the Board of SkyWork Airlines (second from the bottom) presents the Saab 2000 which will soon travel between Graz and Berlin together with DI Wolfang Malik (Chairman of the Board of Holding Graz), Mag. Siegfried Nagl (Mayor of Graz), Mag. Michael Schickhofer (Deputy Governor) and Mag. Gerhard Widmann (Managing Director of Graz Airport).

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:

Flight No.   Flight days   DepartureArrival
SX26012345-7Berlin   16:10   Graz17:35
SX26112345-7Graz18:05Berlin   19:30


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


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