Monday, November 20, 2017

SkyWork Airlines to launch Brač flights

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Switzerland's SkyWork Airlines will introduce a new one weekly seasonal summer service from Bern to Brač next year. Ticket sales for the new route will commence on November 23. SkyWork recently resumed operations after it managed to retain its flying license from the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation. Late last month it was grounded for several days after its financing was brought into question by the regulator. Brač Airport has secured a number of new airlines and flights for the coming summer season including Luxair from Luxembourg and TUIfly from Rotterdam. It is also in talks with Eurowings over the introduction of flights from Germany.

11 comments:

  1. Brac is in talks with ADRIA and SAS to😉

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    1. anon 1106, where did you see this?

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  2. That was say direktor of airport for one newspapire..

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  3. It seems like TUIfly RTM service is charter and no regular?

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  4. Looks like flight is via ZAD

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    1. Where can you see this?

      That can't be financially viable for a 50 seater to fly triangle routes, I guess. Although they charge nicely in Switzerland due to very high income there.

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    2. First thing on a Saturday morning BRN-ZAD-BWK-BRN on an E170

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  5. Maybi will be 2 rotation?one direkt and one via zadar?

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