SWISS presented its June 2020 resumption plan
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SWISS will partially resume operations in June and intends to operate until 190 flights from Zurich and Geneva to 41 European destinations.
SWISS will resume flights to various Mediterranean destinations, including Malaga, Barcelona,Madrid and Valencia In Spain; Toast, Florence, NAPLES and Roma in Italy.
SWISS presented the plan to resume flights
Connections to Scandinavia are growing with flights to Goteborg in Sweden and Copenhagen in Denmark. SWISS will also add other important destinations to the operational program such as Paris (France), Brussels (Belgium) and Moscow (Russia). Existing services to Amsterdam (Holland), Athena (Greece), Berlin (Germany), Lisbon (Portugal), London (UK), Porto (Portugal) and Stockholm (Sweden) will be expanded.
SWISS intends to offer long-haul flights from Zurich to New York JFK (4 times a week), Chicago (2 times a week), Singapore (1 weekly flight), Bangkok (1 weekly flight), Tokyo (2 times a week), Mumbai (3 times a week), Hong Kong (2 times a week) and Johannesburg (1 weekly flight).
SWISS WorldCargo, the CARGO division, will carry cargo on these flights to support global supply chains. The flight time of intercontinental connections has thus been adjusted to ensure that passengers with connecting flights benefit from optimized connection possibilities.
SWISS intends to further expand its services in the summer months and will do so closely in line with the travel needs and preferences of the Swiss. SWISS will continue to closely monitor the development of global travel restrictions.
Airline tickets can be purchased on the SWISS website or from partner agencies.