SWISS will look to improve its scheduling and offering to customers for short to medium-haul operations this winter.
The Switzerland-based carrier, part of Lufthansa Group, says it’ll offer 68 total flights from Geneva and Zurich. This is an improvement from the previous year, and they see it as the next logical step in the airline’s continued development.
Additionally, as the airline sees strong demand throughout its business, launching new services and upgrading existing ones is necessary.
Zurich to Bremen has been restored, with the Northern German location receiving a four-times-weekly service targeted at both leisure and business travellers. This route has been missing from their network for many years.
SWISS says they’ll focus on German cities, with significant growth seen in Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Hanover. Additionally, Berlin will see 52 weekly flights.
Meanwhile, Prague and Bucharest will also see their SWISS flights expanded for the winter season with seven and five weekly flights per the airline respectively.
Barcelona, Amsterdam, Athens and Portugal remain focal points for SWISS with significant services.
Lastly, Zurich to Vienna will be resumed with three flights a day. This is a route that’s already operated by Austrian Airlines. However, now sees Swiss return.
We are pleased to be offering the many people who are currently showing such a strong desire to travel an even broader range of routes and services in our coming winter schedules, And, in doing so, to be continuing on our present path of steady and stable growth.SWISS Chief Commercial Officer Tamur Goudarzi Pour.