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Swiss Air Lines boost Miami flight capacity

Swiss Air Lines boost Miami flight capacity

Swiss International Air Lines has announced it is adding another flight to its current Miami-Zurich route this fall offering passengers more choices to Switzerland and beyond.

Starting November 29th, the new flight will offer service to Zurich an additional four times a week beyond the current daily schedule. 

An Airbus 330-300 will service the route complete with First, Business and Economy classes of service. The new flight will operate until May 5th, 2013.

As the airline of Switzerland, SWISS stands for excellent service and traditional values. SWISS is fully dedicated to providing the highest possible quality in all its products and services.

“With the addition of this flight, we are responding to the needs of our customers and are pleased to be able to offer more options to South Florida travellers,” said SWISS director USA sales Annette Reantragoon.

According to Miami international Airport, an estimated 38.3 million passengers travel through the airport with 18.4 million international passengers leading the way.

“We can attest to the fact that it is a popular destination for our westbound customers as well,” said Reantragoon adding that current seat load factors on the existing flight are in the low 90s.

Premium passengers on the Airbus 330-300 will experience a calm and relaxing atmosphere beginning with SWISS flight attendants who offer welcome drinks of orange juice, water or champagne prior to departure.