Flying the Swiss way
The pilot’s smile when you board, the chocolate before landing: these little extras combined with Swiss hospitality and an exceptional cabin interior account for the special charm of a journey with Swiss International Air Lines. As a passenger on the ground and on board, you will experience how closely connected Switzerland’s airline and its values are.
The special warmth and renowned Swiss quality are discernible in every detail of a SWISS flight.
SWISS is committed to the sustainable and careful use of resources on various levels and sees environmental responsibility as an integral part of its corporate culture. As part of the Lufthansa Group and as a member of the Star Alliance, SWISS remains truly to its mission of providing quality services that connect Switzerland with Europe and the world.
From the 13 German airports – Berlin, Cologne/Bonn, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom and Sylt – you can reach more than 100 destinations worldwide via the Zurich hub on all SWISS flights and on SWISS flights operated by Edelweiss.
It is not only thanks to Swiss reliability, but also because of its popular home airport Zurich that SWISS is able to save its passengers time when they travel. The transit time of 40 minutes in Zurich ensures they enjoy a pleasant and short stay even on flights with connections.
Zurich Airport is one of a few airports in the world that offers families with children supervised playrooms as part of its ‘Family Services’. In these bright, spacious areas, there are toys for children of all ages as well as, for very little ones, nappy-changing tables and a room with cribs for taking a nap. This means that also families can enjoy a relaxed transfer and a pleasant journey.
Therefore, it is hardly surprising that this concept is well received:
Zurich Airport has already been voted ‘Europe’s Leading Airport’ 13 times in a row. Zurich has received the award for its user-friendliness and its consistently high quality standards.