SkyWork Airlines launches new fare structure.

Tuesday 13th March 2012

SkyWork Airlines launches new fare structure.

As expanding Swiss regional carrier SkyWork Airlines approaches its first anniversary on the London City-Bern route at the end of March, it has introduced a new fare structure to better meet the needs of the individual traveller.

Passengers now have the option of four different classes of booking on a range of tariffs: SkySaver; SkySurfer; SkyWorker and SkyExecutive each offering enhanced flexibility on optional extras including baggage allowances, catering requirements, on-board iPads, lounge access, earphones and ticket flexibility. The main characteristics of the new classes are:

  • SkyExecutive:

Perfect for anyone requiring complete flexibility, this fare category allows changing a booking free of charge (within 12 months) and a complete refund on ticket cancellation (minus the credit card fee). Other benefits include an enhanced carry-on (2 x 8kg bags) and checked baggage (20kg) allowance, fully inclusive on-board SkyBistro catering, free on-board iPad and earphone usage, lounge access where available and a 30% reduction in fare for children aged two years up to 11 years inclusive.

  • SkyWorker:

Ideal for those passengers travelling on business, this category allows bookings to be changed with minimal penalty (50 CHF/£35 plus-minus any fare differential). Other advantages include on-board SkyBistro catering (snack and a soft drink or hot beverage of choice) and a 30% reduction in fare for children aged two years up to 11 years inclusive.

  • SkySurfer:

This competitively priced category offers SkyBistro catering plus a 30% reduction in fare for children aged two years up to 11 years inclusive.

  • SkySaver:

This category offers the best prices plus SkyBistro catering.

Tomislav Lang, SkyWork Airlines CEO comments: "The new fare structure has been introduced with the needs of our customers in mind. The range of tariffs and optional extras offer customers more choice and greater flexibility when they travel reinforcing SkyWork's strong emphasis on customer service."

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To complement its new fare structure, SkyWork Airlines is in the process of finalising plans to launch its 'Hotels Arranging Transfers' programme whereby passengers will be able to book hotel accommodation and airport transfers via its website, SkyWork is anticipating launching the programme next month.

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 from Bern to 11 European destinations, including the UK's London City Airport. The fleet, which began with a single Cessna 340, has expanded to four Dornier 328 and two 72-seat Dash 8 Q400s. 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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