SWISS reduces operations in Geneva due to travel restrictions
In view of the stricter travel restrictions announced by the Swiss Federal Council on 27 January and the decline in travel demand, the Swiss operator SWISS has been forced to temporarily reduce its operations in Geneva.
SWISS remains fully committed to its Geneva business and operations and will continue to strive to keep Western Switzerland connected to its global network in Zurich.
Additional changes are also being made to Zurich's flight schedules. Passengers affected by the cancellation of the flight can make a free reservation or their money can be refunded on canceled tickets
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is temporarily reducing its flight operations from Geneva to an absolute minimum by the end of February, starting today (Monday, February 1).
Geneva Airport does not currently have passenger testing facilities. SWISS's 13 weekly services between Geneva and Zurich will continue to operate, as will the seven weekly frequencies between Geneva and the Lufthansa hub in Frankfurt. So SWISS will continue to keep Western Switzerland connected to its global network of routes in these difficult times.
Flights from Zurich were also affected
Many of the SWISS services, which are currently offered to and from Zurich, can continue to be operated, given the role of freight transport. Therefore, SWISS will operate only about 10% of the services provided in February 2019.
Travelers with canceled flights can make a free reservation or have their ticket refunded.