A NEW CORPORATE identity has been adopted by Swedish airline Skyways. Based at Linkoping, the airline has grown in the past two years to become the country's third-biggest airline, expecting to carry 420,000 passengers in 1995, giving it a 9% share of a still-declining domestic market.

Its expansion was aided by the closing down of Swedair and the shedding by Scandinavian Airlines System of its thinner, unprofitable, routes which Skyways, with its lower cost base, has been able to operate at a profit. Skyways, operates 13 Saab 340s and three Fokker 50s, on a 17-destination network.

Source: Flight International