Swiss is planning to further expand its range of air services from Zurich and Geneva in the coming summer schedules.
San Francisco will newly receive daily Boeing 777-300ER service from Zurich from April 22nd onwards.
The carrier will also be operating its Boeing 777-300ERs on six of its 12 weekly services to Chicago between June and October.
The summer schedules see the addition of no fewer than five new seasonal destinations: Bergen, Cork, Figari, Niš and Sylt.
In-flight comfort will be further enhanced within Europe with the entry into service of more new Bombardier C Series aircraft, which will operate from both Zurich and Geneva.
And Swiss’ sister carrier, Edelweiss, will introduce a new service to the Greek island of Zakynthos for the summer season.
Swiss will be raising its capacities between Zurich and San Francisco in the coming summer schedules.
The present three weekly Boeing 777-300ER flights will be increased to daily service with the new fleet flagship from April 22nd.
As a result, five intercontinental destinations will receive daily Boeing 777-300ER service in the 2017 summer timetable: Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Swiss will also be operating the Boeing 777-300ER on six of its 12 weekly flights to Chicago between June and October 2017.
Swiss will be adding five new seasonal destinations to its European network in the 2017 summer schedules.
They include Swiss’ first-ever service between Zurich and Bergen, Norway’s second-biggest city and the southern terminus of the Hurtigruten cruise and ferry route along the Norwegian coast.
Nature lovers who also prefer more active vacations will enjoy the new non-stop service to Cork in southern Ireland, which is the starting point for the Wild Atlantic Way.