Swiss is expanding its winter flight program for 2024/25

Boeing 777 (Photo: Swiss).
Boeing 777 (Photo: Swiss).

Swiss is expanding its winter flight program for 2024/25

Boeing 777 (Photo: Swiss).
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Swiss International Air Lines (Swiss) announces its 2024/2025 winter flight program and offers its passengers an impressive variety of travel destinations. With the continuation of new summer destinations and the expansion of existing routes, Swiss is setting an example of its continued development and commitment to meeting the needs of its customers.

Swiss will continue to take its passengers to summer destinations in the coming winter season. Particularly noteworthy is the continuation of the connections from Zurich to Washington DC, London Gatwick, Cluj-Napoca and Košice as well as from Geneva to Oslo. These routes, successfully launched in summer 2024, will remain in place through winter, providing travelers with consistent and reliable flight choices.

Increased long-haul connections

Swiss is significantly expanding its offering on long-haul routes. The Californian cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco are served daily from Zurich in winter. The connections to Miami will also be increased to two flights per day, which is particularly attractive for business travelers and vacationers. In addition, the Zurich-Shanghai route is served daily, which underlines the importance of the Chinese market for Swiss.

In addition to the existing long-haul flights, Swiss is also strengthening its short-haul network. Flights to London Gatwick operate daily, while Cluj-Napoca and Košice each operate three times a week. These connections offer both business travelers and tourists flexible and frequent travel options within Europe.

Additional connections from Geneva

Swiss is also expanding its offering from Geneva. The Norwegian capital Oslo will continue to be served with six weekly flights. Swiss is also increasing the frequencies to Copenhagen to five flights per week and to Valencia and Malaga to three weekly connections each. This increase in flight frequencies reflects the increasing demand and interest in these destinations.

Swiss's winter flight program 2024/25, valid from October 27, 2024 to March 29, 2025, includes a total of 93 destinations. From Zurich, passengers can choose between 65 European and 23 intercontinental destinations. From Geneva, Swiss offers 22 short-haul destinations in addition to the long-haul destination New York. This wide range of destinations allows travelers to plan flexibly for both business and private purposes.

The expansion of Swiss's flight program is not only a sign of the airline's growth, but also of confidence in the aviation market. The additional flights to North America and Asia, as well as the increased connections within Europe, demonstrate Swiss's strategic focus to consolidate and expand its presence in important markets. In particular, the daily flights to Shanghai and the increased frequency to Miami underline the importance of these cities for the business and tourism segment.

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René Steuer is an editor at Aviation.Direct and specializes in tourism and regional aviation. Before that, he worked for AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net), among others.
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