07 January 2019
Swiss will serve five new summer destinations from Geneva
From 22 June flights for Brindisi, Faro, Mykonos, Alicante and Ibiza
From 22 June, Swiss will expand its route network from Geneva by offering its passengers five new popular destinations for the summer season. The airline adds Brindisi in Puglia, the Portuguese city of Faro, the Greek island of Mykonos as well as Alicante and Ibiza in Spain, to its range of destinations. Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) will operate five new intra-European routes this summer to Spain, Italy, Greece and Portugal. The airline will then serve 42 direct destinations from Geneva.
Between 23 June and 25 October, Swiss will operate two weekly flights to Brindisi on Fridays and Sundays, with an additional flight on Mondays from 24 June to the 26 August.
A port city located in the Apulia region (Italy), the destination of Brindisi is attracting more and more travellers thanks to its authentic charm and culinary delights.
Situated in southern Portugal, the city of Faro will be served three times a week from 22 June to 24 October.
The capital of the Algarve and an ideal starting point for exploring the region and its numerous tourist sites.
By adding Mykonos to its range of Greek destinations for the summer of 2019, Swiss now connects Geneva to seven superb cities and regions in Greece.
Between 22 June and 31 August, Swiss will offer two weekly flights to the Greek island of Mykonos on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Prized for its festive atmosphere and idyllic scenery, the island of Cyclades is an essential destination for the summer season.
From 23 June to 30 August, regular services will be provided between Geneva and Alicante with three flights a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
The destination of choice for seaside holidays, this Costa Blanca town has a rich cultural heritage with beautiful beaches and a friendly atmosphere.
From the 25 June until 30 August, Ibiza will be served with two weekly flights on Tuesdays and Fridays and then, from 2 September to 25 October, on Mondays and Fridays.
Renowned for its vibrant nightlife, the Balearic Islands also stands out for its peaceful villages, small coves and unspoiled nature.
Swiss strengthens its base in Geneva. In response to the expansion of its network, the introduction of the new CS300 aircraft further enhances SWISS’s short-haul air base in Geneva, which now exclusively uses C Series. The fleet will include six CS300 and two CS100. About twenty cabin jobs will be created to ensure operations continue to run smoothly. All flights can be booked as of now.
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Edited by Alisè Vitri
Source and photo: Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. Press Office
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