Flybair boss González resigns

Flybair mascot (Photo: Flybair).
Flybair mascot (Photo: Flybair).

Flybair boss González resigns

Flybair mascot (Photo: Flybair).
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Flybair, the house brand of Bern-Belp Airport, has to look for a new managing director, because company boss José González will leave the company at the end of March 2022. A successor is still unknown.

Travel Inside reports, citing an email from the outgoing CEO, that he will be leaving Flybair at his own request. The withdrawal also affects his position as Key Account Manager at Berlin-Belp Airport.

Flybair was launched by the airport in the aftermath of the Skywork bankruptcy. A crowdfunding campaign was used to raise funds. In the previous year, however, only a few flights were carried out under a charter contract with Helvetic Airways. In this regard, there is also a legal dispute regarding booked, but by Flybair canceled flights pending.

The Flybair brand does not currently offer holiday flights. In the direction of Lübeck and Stuttgart there is a sales cooperation with Lübeck Air. These flights are operated by Air Alsie. Lübeck Airport recently announced that the Bern route would also be available in Winter flight schedule 2021/22 is to be served. The demand was said to be good.

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