Swiss flies to six new European destinations

Airbus A340 at Zurich Airport (Photo: V1Images.com/Lukas Bogie).
Airbus A340 at Zurich Airport (Photo: V1Images.com/Lukas Bogie).

Swiss flies to six new European destinations

Airbus A340 at Zurich Airport (Photo: V1Images.com/Lukas Bogie).
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The Swiss airline is expanding its range of flights in the coming summer and is adding six new European destinations to its program.

For the summer season 2022, Swiss International Air Lines is planning to further expand its flight offer. From the end of March, the airline will set course for four new European destinations from Zurich: Bologna in Italy, the French Loire city Nantes, the Bulgarian capital Sofia and the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. From July, the southern Ukrainian port city will also be Odessa served. In addition, Geneva Airport will be included Brussels connected, the carrier informs. The airline, which is part of the Lufthansa Group, will offer a total of 119 destinations from Zurich and Geneva.

The frequencies in the North American business are also being expanded and expanded. New York (JFK), Boston and Chicago will be served twice a day next summer instead of once a day as last summer. In addition, Swiss will resume the connection to the Indian cities of Delhi and Mumbai, which was suspended due to the pandemic.

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