SWISS prepares for the coming winter season by offering its customers a wide range of air services. The SWISS winter schedules will include both new destinations and increased frequencies on selected existing routes.
The airline will provide flights from Zurich and Geneva to a total of 68 destinations, as well as restore the flight to Bremen in Northern Germany. It will also be increasing its frequencies from Zurich to various further German cities, with six more weekly flights to Düsseldorf, four more to Hamburg and an additional two to Hanover.
Other destinations flying from Zurich include Berlin (52 weekly flights), Barcelona (28 weekly flights), Amsterdam (28 weekly flights) and Athens (19 weekly flights).
The Czech capital of Prague and the Romanian capital of Bucharest will also have their SWISS services substantially expanded with an additional seven and five weekly flights respectively.
SWISS flights will be operated once again between Zurich and Vienna with three flights a day to the Austrian capital. The route will also be operated by sister Lufthansa Group carrier Austrian Airlines with multiple daily flights to London, Lisbon, Porto and Athens.
Portugal’s capital Lisbon will also receive 14 weekly flights from Zurich, and 11 times a week for Porto.
The service to Hamburg introduced this summer will continue with four weekly frequencies, and SWISS will further offer services to Geneva from the UK and Scandinavia.
The winter timetable period will run from October 29, 2023 to 30 March 30, 2024.