Skyalps. Summer flights from Bolzano to Brac, Brindisi and Palma di Maiorca   

Wednesday, 12 January 2022 10:41

SkyAlps is looking forward to summer 2022, adding Brindisi, Brac (in Croatia) and Palma di Maiorca to the destinations served last season which marked the take-off of the Italian regional airline. SkyAlps will also increase the frequency of its direct flights to Bolzano from Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin to three days a week.

skyalps3.jpgCharter and scheduled destinations 

SkyAlps, 100% owned by Josef Gostner’s FRI-EL Green Power, launched its first flights in June 2021 with a network of charter and scheduled destinations. Charter flights were from Bolzano to Olbia, Cagliari Lamezia Terme and Catania, and scheduled services to Düsseldorf, Berlin, Olbia, Rome and Ibiza with a stop in Parma. 

Two Dash DHC-8-Q400s

The fleet is currently made up of two Dash DHC-8-Q400 configured to carry up to 78 passenger, and a third aircraft of the same type is expected to join the fleet in the early months of 2022, in view of the extended summer operation.

A new carry-on baggage fare

Particular attention is paid to on-board service, which is decidedly "premium" for all types of fare. A new Sky Light fare has been recently added with only cabin carry-on baggage.  Experience the Dolomites is the payoff on the home page of the company's website featuring some of the most popular ski resorts for sports enthusiasts from the Alpe di Siusi to Plan de Corones and the Val Gardena.

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