Bosses at Vorarlberg airline InterSky have revealed plans for more flights. Company CEO Claus Bernatzik said today (Thurs) the Friedrichshafen-based carrier planned to offer "around ten per cent more flights" next summer.
He said this would be made possible by issuing a "strict management of expenses and an increase in company-internal efficiency".
Bernatzik added he expected InterSky’s turnover to grow in 2010.
Speaking about additions to its schedule, the chief executive said InterSky would offer direct flights from Friedrichshafen to the Croatian port town Pula, Calvi in Corsica and Naples in Italy as of next May, Austrian Times reports.