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Swiss

A Swiss airline SWISS has been present on the market since 2002. It was created as a result of taking over part of the assets of the bankrupt Swissair by the recapitalized regional airlines Crossair. The next process of takeover of the carrier by the German Lufthansa began in March 2005. In July of the same year, the European Commission approved the merger of both lines. A year later, their costs were reduced by over 200 million euros. Despite the integration of the lines, SWISS retained its image, management, headquarters at Basel airport in Switzerland, its own staff and the dominant position in its country. SWISS belongs to the Star Alliance and Miles & More.
The main hub of SWISS is the airport in Zurich, whose airline connect, among others, with the Warsaw airport. The carrier's network of connections covers about 40 destinations around the world. Some of them operate independently and some in cooperation with carriers operating within the framework of the alliance.

Luggage

You can take hand baggage onboard of the SWISS airline’s planes. Its dimensions and weight are determined by airlines and may vary depending on the booking class or route. Registered Luggage in SWISS must also have certain dimensions and weight. Here, too, everything depends on the travel class and route.

Booking classes

In the economy class on intercontinental routes, passengers have access to a library of films, series and games. In the business class on intercontinental routes, passengers receive bags with a set of cosmetics, seats turn into 2-meter beds. Passengers of this class on any route can use of the Star Alliance airport lounges. Luggage is a priority, and at the airport in Zurich a special bus for passengers of this class is waiting for them after they leave the plane. For passengers of the first class separate terminals are prepared to shorten the waiting time at the airport as much as possible. Seats on intercontinental routes are equipped with special headrests, so that the passengers have as much privacy as possible.

Online check-in

Traveling with SWISS airlines, you can do online check-in 23 hours before the scheduled departure or by using the mobile application. The electronic boarding pass can be printed or downloaded to the phone.

Fleet

The fleet of the Swiss carrier consists of 65 aircrafts of type Airbus A319-100, A320-200, A321-100, A321-200, A330-300, A340-300. Their average age is about 10 years.

Zurich-Kloten airport

The international Zurich-Kloten airport is located approx. 10 km from the centre of Zurich. Within the port’s area are cafes, restaurants, bars, shops, including duty-free and car rentals. The airport offers access to wireless internet.

Refreshments

On all European flights, the airline offers a drink service and a snack depending on the time of day. On shorter flights SWISS serves cold snacks, and on longer ones – hot. The onboard sandwiches are prepared in a Swiss bakery. On most flights, passengers are treated pre-landing with Swiss chocolate.
On intercontinental routes, passengers in each class receive at least one hot meal.

Additional services

Children from 5 to 11 years of age can travel alone. The child is provided with the care of the crew from the moment of arrival at the airport to handing over the child to a designated adult person at the destination airport. Depending on the route, the price of the service varies from 40 to 80 EUR.