ROUTES EUROPE: SkyWork Starts Search for Second Base - VIDEO INTERVIEW

It has been a busy start to the year at Swiss carrier SkyWork Airlines following a management buyout and some internal cost cuts.  But chief executive officer, Tomislav Lang is in good spirits and hopeful that a record performance in 2012 can act as a strong platform for the carrier.  The early signs in 2013 are positive with booking numbers and earnings very heartening.  A new eleven times weekly link between Berne and Munich was launched earlier this month and while some tweaking of the network is planned - the carrier has already dropped its Basel – Elba link due to disappointing sales – a second base is set to be added.

See what Tomislav Lang had to say when The HUB caught up with him during Routes Europe in Budapest…

SkyWork Airlines’ chief executive officer, Tomislav Lang has recently acquired a 40 per cent stake in the carrier as part of a management buyout.

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