SWISS warmly congratulates its home hub of Zurich Airport on its 75 years of eventful aviation history. Switzerland’s largest airline is delighted to be part of the ‘Flughafenfest’ celebrations and help entertain its attendees with various activities and some unique insights into the fascinating aviation world.
SWISS is reopening its Non-Schengen Lounge in Zurich Airport’s Terminal D. Extending over 650 square metres, the fully refurbished lounge offers travellers a comfortable retreat with appealing views of the airport’s apron activity and the Alps beyond.
In 2022, 22.6 million passengers passed through Zurich Airport. Compared to last year, this corresponds to more than a doubling; in 2021, 10.2 million passengers were counted. Compared to 2019, passenger numbers are at 72%.
Flughafen Zürich AG has taken another step forwards in terms of climate protection, reaching the fourth Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) level. This puts Zurich Airport among the top 10 % of airports worldwide that have received accreditation for their efforts to tackle climate change.
The Zauberpark at Zurich Airport is returning with its second edition. This year, too, a varied music and children’s program with artists such as Bastian Baker, Stress and Andrew Bond. Twelve new light art installations surround the circular path in the airport park. Presenting partner of the Zauberpark is Zürcher Kantonalbank.
Starting in November 2022, Airport Shopping at Zurich Airport will undergo renovations. The project includes more spacious passenger routes, new retail spaces and a food hall. The opening of the new areas is planned for 2026.
For the first time, Zurich Airport will participate in Food Zurich as one of its venues from 8 to 18 September. As part of the third-largest food festival in Europe, a variety of culinary experiences will take place at various locations at the Circle as well as the Airport Shopping.