The Formula 1 team, Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake has prolonged its partnership with the Swiss aviation baron, Edelweiss.
Following the extension, Edelweiss will continue to be the official airline supplier of Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake for the third consecutive year.
Both parties in the extension will be eyeing to ensure mutual long-term success with a distinguished, professional methodology, paying a lot of attention to the goal of sustainability.
The aviation company’s logo will be placed on the floor line of the Swiss F1 racing team car, the C43, driven by Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu.
Founded in 1995, Edelweiss is a premium airline brand that operates flights to European and intercontinental destinations from its base at Zurich Airport. It is the sister company of Swiss International Airlines, and also a member of the Lufthansa Group.
Alessandro Alunni Bravi, Team Representative of Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake, said, “We are pleased to be extending our partnership with Edelweiss following two successful seasons together. As Switzerland’s leading leisure airline, Edelweiss puts great focus on ensuring their passengers enjoy the best possible experience aboard their flights, while proudly representing Swiss quality and efficiency around the world. Edelweiss is keen on following a socially and environmentally responsible conduct – a vision that resonates with that of Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake and of the Sauber Group altogether. We are delighted to be flying even higher together this year, as we aim for success in the 2023 Formula One World Championship.”
Patrick Heymann, Chief Commercial Officer of Edelweiss, said, “I am extremely pleased and proud that Alfa Romeo F1 Team Stake has again placed their trust in us this year, as we fly with them to the exclusive destinations of the Formula One calendar, while paying great attention to a sustainable development of air travel – in perfect alignment with the team’s own sustainability goals. We are looking forward to continuing this journey together, aiming even higher than before.”