Edelweiss transports more passengers than ever before

Airbus A320 HB-IHX (Photo: V1Images.com/Paul K Ferry).
Airbus A320 HB-IHX (Photo: V1Images.com/Paul K Ferry).

Edelweiss transports more passengers than ever before

Airbus A320 HB-IHX (Photo: V1Images.com/Paul K Ferry).
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In July 2022, Edelweiss passenger numbers exceeded the pre-crisis level and are even at a new high.

Never before in the company's history have so many guests flown in one month as in the past month. In July 2022, Edelweiss carried 304.039 passengers - this corresponds to an increase of 3 percent compared to July 2019 with the same seat occupancy of 84 percent. At the same time, the number of flights performed rose by 16 percent, according to the Swiss carrier in a press release.

“Our guests feel the desire to travel again and put their trust in us again after the uncertain pandemic period. We are very pleased about the above-average positive customer feedback. The fact that Edelweiss is a reliable partner for holidaymakers this summer has certainly contributed to this,” says Bernd Bauer, CEO of Edelweiss.

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