Lübeck Air and Swiss Flight Services with holiday flights from Bern

Bern-Belp Airport (Photo: Claudio Joss).
Bern-Belp Airport (Photo: Claudio Joss).

Lübeck Air and Swiss Flight Services with holiday flights from Bern

Bern-Belp Airport (Photo: Claudio Joss).
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Since the bankruptcy of the regional airline SkyWork Airlines, the offer from Bern-Belp Airport has shrunk considerably. In the 2022 summer timetable, tour operators will once again be offering a number of holiday routes.

For example, Belpmoos Reisen will be offering non-stop flights to Olbia from May 14, 2022. These are served by German Airways with Embraer 195s. However, one is only a subcontractor, because formally one cooperates with Lübeck Air and this with Air Alsie. In any case, the route should be flown on Saturdays until October 15, 2022.

Air Alsie's ATR72-500 will fly to Heringsdorf on Saturdays. Lübeck is in the flight schedule on the traffic days Thursday and Sunday. Jerez de la Frontera is served on Sundays on behalf of Belpmoos Reisen but only offered between 18 September and 23 October 2022. These routes are offered under the Lübeck Air brand.

After Elba it goes again with King Air turboprops. This route will be offered twice a week from the beginning of June 2022. Portoroz in Slovenia is a completely new destination that will be offered from Bern-Belp from August. The operating carrier for these two routes is SFS Swiss Flight Services.

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