Swiss International Air Lines or Swiss has announced it will be increasing capacity on various U.S. routes this summer. The capacity increase will be achieved by deploying a larger aircraft. Media reports said that Swiss will be increasing the frequencies on its Zurich-San Francisco route starting from April 22, 2017. The route which is now being served with thrice weekly flights will now be operated daily with the help of a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Swiss has also said that it will be deploying a bigger aircraft to offer flights services between Zurich and Chicago O’Hare. The airline will deploy a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to conduct six of its 12-time weekly flights on the route between June and October this year.
Switzerland’s national carrier
has revealed that it will be using its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to conduct daily flights services throughout the summer to five intercontinental destinations, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok. These five destinations will be served out of Zürich Airport. The airline would serve 102 destinations in 43 countries during the 2017 summer schedule.
According to the reports, five new seasonal destinations are also going to be added by Swiss to its European network this summer. These destinations include Bergen, Cork, Sylt, Figari and Niš. The airline has also indicated that it increasing its frequencies on some of its existing routes on its European network, which includes Vienna
, Naples, Gothenburg
Swiss will be launching its first ever flights to Bergen, which is second biggest city in Norway. It is also the southern terminus of the Hurtigruten cruise and ferry route along the Norwegian coast. The flights would be operated from Zurich. Apart from this, Swiss will also be launching nonstop flights from Zurich to Cork in Sothern Ireland. It may be noted that Cork is a great vacation destination for nature lovers.