Summer timetable brings more transatlantic and new European flights

21 March 2024 14:58

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Kloten - A total of 200 destinations will be served by 62 airlines from Zurich Airport in the 2024 summer timetable. Transatlantic flights will be expanded, as will flights to European cities. Swiss will also add new flights to Slovakia and Romania.

Zurich Airport, located in Kloten in the canton of Zurich, has published its 2024 summer timetable. According to a statement, there will be more transatlantic flights, as well as new routes to Europe. The number of directly served destinations will increase to 200, which is nine more than in summer 2023. This summer, a total of 200 destinations will be served by 62 airlines. The Swiss and Edelweiss airlines are opening new routes to Eastern and Northern Europe.

Swiss is launching a new connection and from 7 May will be flying three times a week from Zurich to the South Korean capital Seoul. Swiss is also expanding its connections to North America, with flights to Washington from 28 March and to Toronto from 10 May. Delta Air Lines is resuming its service to Atlanta and Tunisair is returning to Kloten after a three-year hiatus. Tunisair connects Zurich with Tunis twice a week and with Djerba once a week.

Edelweiss will now fly daily to Vancouver during the summer months and will serve Calgary, Tampa and Denver more frequently than before. The airline is also increasing its frequency to Muscat and Phuket and extending its seasonal service to Bogotá and Cartagena in Colombia from winter to summer.

In Europe, Swiss operates seven times a week to London-Gatwick. Eurowings is launching the Berlin-Zurich route with up to 11 flights per week, while easyJet is increasing its service to Berlin to up to eight weekly flights. Italy's ITA Airways is increasing the frequency on the Rome-Zurich route to two daily flights. Swiss is adding new flights to Slovakia and Romania.

Flight connections to holiday destinations in Spain and Greece as well as to Shanghai and Hong Kong will also be expanded. ce/gba

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