Bern-Belp Airport's own brand, FlyBair, will not be offering its own charter flights this year. One of the reasons given for the decision is that the corona pandemic would continue to make it difficult to predict.
FlyBair also wants to protect the funds that were collected with the help of a crowdfunding campaign. However, the booking platform should continue to exist. They also want to continue the cooperation with Lübeck Air and continue to convey their offers. Also new is a cooperation with the tour operator Belpmoos Reisen.
This was commissioned to operate the booking platform. As a result, some of the tour operator's charter flights are also offered via the FlyBair website. Air Alsie and German Airways are operating flights under the Lübeck Air brand this year, with Belpmoos Reisen being the client in some cases.
The following charter connections are therefore available:
- Heringsdorf (Germany) – once a week on Saturdays from May 28 to October 22, 2022;
- Lübeck (Germany) - 2x weekly - Thursdays and Sundays from 12 May to 20 October 2002, replacing an ATR72-500 with an E190 on Sundays;
- Olbia (Sardinia, Italy) - once a week on Fridays, from May 13 to October 14, 2022; and
- Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) – once a week on Sundays from September 18th to October 23rd, 2022.
Helvetic Airways and Swiss Flight Services are also operating flights from Bern-Belp in the 2022 summer timetable. FlyBair was to be launched as a so-called virtual airline. In the summer of 2020, an Embraer 190 chartered by Helvetic Airways was launched. After a few flights, the Palma flights were discontinued again due to a lack of demand. Flights to Greece continued until mid-October 2020. Since then there have been no more FlyBair flights.