Europe’s entire air transport sector is operating under difficult conditions in the present summer timetable period. SWISS continues to focus on keeping its operations as stable as possible, and will provide its customers with an attractive and varied portfolio of destinations in its 2022/23 winter schedules. From Geneva, SWISS services to Scandinavia will be further expanded, and the new direct service to Brussels introduced this summer in collaboration with Brussels Airlines will also be continued.
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) will be further expanding its portfolio of destinations and offering its customers an even more varied range of air services in the coming winter timetable period. Customers will have a choice of 26 destinations from Geneva.
“Given this summer’s difficult operating situation throughout Europe’s air transport sector, we are focusing on further stabilizing our SWISS services in the coming winter schedules,” says Chief Commercial Officer Tamur Goudarzi Pour. “In doing so, we’ll be offering our customers a range of flights that’s actually more extensive than it was before the pandemic. In Europe in particular we’re providing an attractive choice of destinations for the colder season. At the same time, though, we’ve been conservative in our planning and have reduced our flight programme by a number of frequencies, to ensure that we can keep our schedules as stable as possible.”
In addition to the long-haul operation to New York, SWISS’s services from Geneva will extend to 25 European destinations in the coming winter schedules. Service to Scandinavia will be particularly strengthened, with one additional weekly flight to Stockholm and three more weekly frequencies each to Gothenburg and Copenhagen during the winter months. Frequencies will also be increased on the Funchal and Tenerife routes. The most extensively-served destinations from Geneva in the coming winter timetable period include London, Athens, Lisbon, Marrakech, Porto and Nice. The new direct flights to Brussels introduced this summer in collaboration with Brussels Airlines will also be maintained. And the services to such classic summer destinations as Larnaca, Faro and Heraklion will be continued until November.
The 2022/23 SWISS winter schedules are now available on www.swiss.com.
The winter timetable period runs from 30 October 2022 to 26 March 2023.