Swiss International Air Lines will link Geneva with Algiers and Dublin
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Swiss International Air Lines, part of the Lufthansa group, will launch two new routes this summer between Geneva and Algiers and Dublin.
Starting with 27 June, the Swiss operator will offer 3 weekly flights on route Geneva - Algiers. The flights will be honored with Airbus A320 aircraft configured in two classes: 64 of seats in Business Class and 72 of seats in Economy Class. The flights are scheduled on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, following the following schedule: departing from Geneva at 06: 25 and landing at Houari Boumediene Airport in Algiers at 07: 30; the return will take off from Algiers at 08: 10 and will land in Geneva at 11: 15. On this route, SIWSS will compete with Air Algerie.
Route Geneva - Dublin will be inaugurated on 26 June. Four weekly flights will be operated on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays on board Airbus A319 (60 seats in Business Class and 48 seats in Economy Class). The flight schedule will be as follows: departure from Geneva at 06: 10 with landing in Dublin at 07: 20; the return will take off from Dublin at 08: 00 and will land at Geneva at 11: 15. On this route, SWISS will compete with Aer Lingus.
This summer, SWISS will fly to 42 from destinations departing from Geneva, inaugurating several new routes: Biarritz (from 21 June to 2015), Calvi (from 20 June to 2015), Florence (from MARCH to MARCH 29), Lugano (from MARCH to MARCH 30), Palermo (from 22 June to 2015), Sarajevo (from 4 April to 2015), Skopje (from 4 April to 2015), Valencia (from 29 March to 2015). It will also open two seasonal routes to Thessaloniki (from 20 June to 2015) and Zakynthos (from 20 June to 2015).