SWISS will add destinations to its short-haul network by summer 2024, improving connections from its bases in Geneva and Zurich.
The airline will add flights from Geneva to Oslo this summer and will also offer new summer services on its existing Geneva-Copenhagen and Geneva-Stockholm routes. Travelers will also benefit this summer from an increase in frequencies between Geneva and the existing destinations of Athens, Brindisi, Brussels, Catania, Malaga, Palma and Valencia.
Meanwhile, the airline’s current winter service from Zurich to the northern German city of Bremen will continue through the summer period. Frequencies will also be added between Zurich and several existing European destinations such as Alicante, Madrid, Naples, Venice and Vilnius.
Last year, SWISS also announced plans to launch flights to Cluj-Napoca in Romania and Kosice in Slovakia in summer 2024.
The airline’s commercial director, Tamur Goudarzi Pour, commented:
“We are excited to continue expanding our portfolio of European destinations to offer our customers an even broader selection of air travel options.
“And in doing so, we underline our commitment at SWISS to offering world-class services and a wide variety of travel.”
The Lufthansa Group airline reached a post-pandemic milestone late last month by returning the last of its stored aircraft to service.
SWISS removes the last planes parked due to Covid from storage