Swiss expands links between Rome and Switzerland

Airline opens new route between Rome and Geneva

To highlight the importance of the Italian market, Swiss has opened a new route between Rome and Geneva. Swiss is flying the route to six days a week, Sunday to Friday, with Airbus A319 or A320 aircraft.

The new flights strengthen the presence of the Swiss airline in Rome, a city from which it has long operated four flights to Zurich a day. The first Rome-Geneva flight was inaugurated last Friday, April 11.

“Our new flights connect the capital to Geneva, home to major international organisations and preferred destination for those who love mountain sports as well as the cultural and recreational activities that can be found in the region,” said Stefan Zwicky, Swiss International Air Lines’ sales director for Italy and Malta.

“I am convinced that, thanks to our advantageous special rates, more and more passengers from Central Italy will be able to discover our French-speaking region, appreciating the service and quality that we guarantee on board our aircraft.”



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