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About SkyWork Airlines

SkyWork Airlines was a Swiss airline in Bern and is based at Bern Airport, Switzerland. The airline operated scheduled and chartered flights to destinations across Europe and more specifically Austria, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

SkyWork Airlines started its first scheduled flight to Rotterdam with a Dash 8 Q400. SkyWork Airlines strengthens its sales activities in the charter business and in 2015, the Bernese regional airline expanded its service offering by adding two new destinations Heringsdorf and Jersey and increasing the frequency of flights to London City.


Destinations

SkyWork flew to many destinations including Basel, Vienna, Rijeka, Split, Zadar, Paris, Figari, Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Heringsdorf, Munich, Cagliari, Elba, Olbia, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Ibiza, Mahon, Palma de Mallorca, Basel, Bern and London City Airport. Here's a list of destinations that SkyWork flies to.

Austria

Vienna - Vienna International Airport

Croatia

Rijeka - Rijeka Airport

Zadar - Zadar Airport

France

Paris - Charles de Gaulle Airport

Figari - Figari Sud-Corse Airport

Germany

Berlin - Berlin Tegel Airport

Hamburg - Hamburg Airport

Heringsdorf - Heringsdorf Airport

Munich - Munich Airport

Italy

Cagliari - Cagliari-Elmas Airport

Elba - Marina di Campo Airport

Olbia - Olbia – Costa Smeralda Airport

Netherlands

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Spain

Barcelona - Barcelona–El Prat Airport

Ibiza - Ibiza Airport

Mahón - Menorca Airport

Palma de Mallorca - Son Sant Joan Airport

Switzerland

Basel - EuroAirport Basel–Mulhouse–Freiburg

Bern - Bern Airport Base

United Kingdom

London - London City Airport


Baggage Allowance

SkyWork offered the following baggage policies:

Economy Light

You are entitled to 1 piece of hand baggage of up to 8 kg and no checked baggage.

Economy

You are entitled to 1 piece of hand baggage of up to 8 kg and 1 checked baggage of up to 23 kg

Business Class

Business Class passengers, 2 pieces of hand baggage of up to 8 kg and 2 pieces of checked baggage of up to 23 kg.


Online Check-in

Web check-in was available for SkyWork airlines. Once you made your SkyWork reservation with Alternative Airlines, you could check-in online on SkyWork Airline's online check-in page. You can check-in between 48 and 3 hours before departure and download your boarding pass to your digital wallet to save time and paper. Check out our online check-in page for more information.


Route Map

Skywork Airlines Route Map


Popular Destinations

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Fleet

Dornier 328-110

Saab 2000


Hub Airport

Bern Airport

Bern Airport, is an airport serving Bern, the capital of Switzerland. The airport is a small getaway to many popular European Destinations with four main airlines serving the airports. Airlines that fly from and to Bern Airport include BMI Regional, Germania Flug (now chair airline) and Helvetic Airways.


News

18th May 2018

SkyWork Airlines expand fleet

SkyWork Airlines is planning to expand its fleet adding yet another Saab 2000 turboprop. The new Saab 2000 turboprop will be the airline's sixth aircraft of the type and will be used to fly domestic routes from its base in Berne.

The order of the new aircraft shows how far the airline has come since its period of uncertainty in the second half of last year. Unfortunately, SkyWork Airlines had to cancel all operations between 29th October and 31st October last year due to the airline being unable to present essential financial documents when asked by authorities. However, the airline managed to provide the documents by the end of the month and resumed regular services in early November.