Swiss regional SkyWork Airlines ceased operations Aug. 29, after fleet renewal efforts failed to improve the business after seven years of operations. “After failed negotiations with a possible partner, the economic conditions are no longer given to continue the operation,” the airline said in a statement. The company voluntarily returned its air operator’s certificate (AOC) to the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) and must notify the bankruptcy judge to pay ...

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