Swiss will fly this winter season in Boeing 777 for São Paulo
For its winter season 2017/2018 flight system, Swiss Intercontinental Air Strains programs to fee its long-haul aircraft, the Boeing 777-300ER, on the Zurich-São Paulo route, metropolis of Brazil. The backlink will start on 8 February 2018.
Consequently, four out of 7 weekly flights will be carried out by a person Boeing 777-300ER and the other three by an Airbus A340-300. São Paulo will be serviced each day by Boeing 777-300ER from 9 March 2018.
The novelties of the winter season: Vratislavie and Niš
Swiss programs to increase its air network from Zurich for the winter season of 2017/2018. The flight system will incorporate the new Vratislavie (Wroclaw) service in southern Poland. 3 weekly flights are scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The new line is higher than all Swiss's response to the escalating requirements of Swiss-Polish business circles.
The firm will also continue on functioning the Zurich-Niš (Serbia) line, which was introduced during the summer season 2017 flight system. This route is mainly committed to ethnic targeted traffic.
Amendments on specified European routes
In purchase to satisfy a sustained need, the airline will enhance the number of flights to specified European cities this winter season. Each individual week, Swiss passengers will gain from fourteen extra connections to Düsseldorf and 21 to Berlin, bringing the weekly service from Düsseldorf to 34 flights, and Berlin to fifty seven flights.
With a check out to optimizing its network, Swiss will remove the Zurich-Lyon line from 29 Oct.
Resumption of line flights involving Zurich, Sion and London
Supplied the constructive reception of the direct backlink involving London and Sion which was provided in the winter season 2016/2017 flight system, the airline will once more provide it to British holidaymakers touring to Switzerland winter season athletics.
Seasonal Destinations from Geneva
From Geneva, Swiss will combine four winter season locations into its system. From 23 December to 24 March, it will provide a weekly flight to Stockholm (Sweden), Gothenburg (Sweden) and Saint Petersburg (Russia) and three weekly flights to London Gatwick (United Kingdom).
The airline will also enhance the number of flights to Moscow, giving up to 12 weekly flights to the Russian capital in peak intervals.