Swiss with more flights in winter

Airbus A320neo (Photo: V1Images.com/Clément Alloing).
Airbus A320neo (Photo: V1Images.com/Clément Alloing).

Swiss with more flights in winter

Airbus A320neo (Photo: V1Images.com/Clément Alloing).
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In total, Swiss serves 93 destinations from Zurich and Geneva in the winter flight schedule and plans to offer around 80 percent of the capacity of 2019.

The Lufthansa subsidiary will expand its destination portfolio next winter. The Swiss carrier will serve a total of 93 destinations from Zurich and Geneva. Swiss is thus offering its passengers a greater variety of services than in the winter before the pandemic, but with fewer frequencies. Passengers can choose from 83 destinations from Zurich and 26 from Geneva.

“In view of the operationally difficult situation in the entire European aviation industry this summer, SWISS is focusing on further stabilization in the coming winter flight schedule. We will be able to offer our passengers a more extensive program than before the pandemic. Especially in Europe there are many attractive destinations for the colder season to choose from. At the same time, we have planned our offer conservatively and reduced some frequencies in order to ensure the greatest possible flight schedule stability," says Swiss CCO Tamur Goudarzi Pour.

New from Zurich to Bristol

From Zurich, passengers can choose from 61 European and 22 intercontinental destinations this winter. For the first time, the airline will be offering a direct connection to the southern English city of Bristol. From 4 February 2023 Bristol will be served once a week. Airbus A220 and Embraer E190 aircraft from the wet lease partner Helvetic Airways arrive on the route.

In addition, Swiss will serve the European destinations of Bologna, Nantes, Sofia and Vilnius, which were included in the summer flight schedule, in winter as well. The offer will be expanded to include Belgrade, Porto, Alicante, Barcelona and Málaga. In the intercontinental area, the offer will be extended to Asia. Bangkok will once again be flown to daily and Singapore, Delhi and Mumbai six times a week. This coming winter, passengers will be able to enjoy Premium Economy Class on the entire Boeing 777 fleet for the first time. 

Swiss is also expanding its offer from Geneva

In addition to the long-haul connection to New York, a total of 25 destinations in Europe will be offered from Geneva this winter. Above all, the offer to Scandinavia will be strengthened; During the winter, Swiss will be operating one additional flight to Stockholm and three each to Gothenburg and Copenhagen each week. The frequencies to Funchal and Tenerife are also increased in the winter season. The most frequently served destinations include London, Athens, Lisbon, Marrakech, Porto and Nice. The carrier will continue to offer the direct connection to Brussels introduced in summer in cooperation with Brussels Airlines in winter. In addition, the service to the classic summer destinations of Larnaka, Faro and Heraklion will continue into November.

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