SkyWork Airlines launches a fresh new uniform.

Tuesday 24th January 2012

Expanding Swiss regional carrier SkyWork Airlines has launched a fresh new uniform for its pilots and flight attendants.

The regional airline, which offers regular flights to London City Airport from Bern, is sporting a new look which brings a modern, contemporary look and a touch of glamour around its route network. Created by Austrian textile group, Oberhofer GmbH, the new uniform comprises a fitted cool grey suit with apple green tie and trim, tie pin for male crew and black leather handbags for the women. Nearly 10,000 buttons and over 1,700 metres of quality fabric were used to make the new uniforms for the airline's 83-strong professional flight crew.

"SkyWork's look is fresh, modern and in keeping with our progressive values," said CEO Tomislav Lang. "Our flight crew now have a stylish uniform that befits the excellent service they provide. They are the ambassadors of our airline and our greatest asset, so it is important that they both look and feel good. Staff worked closely with Oberhofer GmbH from the beginning and we are delighted with the contemporary, new look."

About SkyWork Airlines:

SkyWork was founded in 1983 and is one of the oldest airlines in Switzerland. Initially specialising in ad-hoc, business and charter flights, SkyWork now operates direct flights to 11 European destinations. The fleet, which began with a single Cessna 340, has expanded to three Dornier 328 and two Dash 8 Q400s. Three additional aircraft - two 328s and one Q400 will be added to the fleet in 2012. The 72-seater Dash 8/Q400 is one of the newest and most modern aircraft in the SkyWork fleet. SkyWork currently has a workforce of 133 employees. This summer the airline's network will embrace a total of 25 scheduled routes from Bern.

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