SWISS has announced plans to expand its short-haul routes in the summer of 2024. They will offer new flights between Zurich and Bremen and to Oslo from Geneva. Additionally, the airline will add new summer services to its existing Copenhagen and Stockholm routes.
SWISS will offer travelers an even wider range of short-haul destinations in its 2024 summer schedules.
“We are very pleased to be further expanding our portfolio of European destinations to give our customers an even broader selection of air travel options,” says SWISS Chief Commercial Officer Tamur Goudarzi Pour. “And in doing so, we’re underlining our commitment at SWISS to offering both top-notch services and extensive travel choice.”
Bremen will continue to have SWISS service from Zurich in the summer. The North German city has an Old Town, historic sights like the Roland Statue, the famous Town Musicians, and a lively arts and culture scene. It is located on the River Weser, with plenty of shopping and dining options, making it a great travel destination.
As previously announced, Cluj-Napoca and Košice will also be added to the SWISS short-haul network in summer 2024. More flights will be available between Zurich and other European destinations, including Alicante, Madrid, Naples, Venice, and Vilnius.
New SWISS flights to Oslo from Geneva
This summer, SWISS will expand its Geneva network by adding Oslo. The Norwegian capital offers a blend of modern architecture, green spaces, and cultural highlights like the Opera House. Oslo is also near nature, with fjords, forests, and a lively food scene. SWISS will also introduce new summer services for its Geneva-Copenhagen and Geneva-Stockholm routes. Copenhagen features modern Scandinavian design and historic architecture, while Stockholm is spread over 14 islands and has well-preserved palaces and historic Old Town lanes.
Additionally, SWISS will offer more flights between Geneva and existing destinations such as Athens, Brindisi, Brussels, Catania, Malaga, Palma, and Valencia in the 2024 summer schedules.