Swiss International Air Lines recently announced it will launch new services in Summer 2021, including to Santorini.
The popular Greek island of Santorini will receive two non-stop flights a week from 19 June.
SWISS will also be introducing new services from Zurich to Tallinn (Estonia) and Billund (Denmark) and from Geneva to Split (Croatia) and Funchal/Madeira (Portugal).
“With the tighter travel restrictions in response to high infection rates, we have again had to tangibly reduce our service offer,” said SWISS Chief Commercial Officer Tamur Goudarzi Pour.
“We won’t be substantially expanding it again until the summer travel season. But when we do so, we’ll be putting a clear focus on leisure travellers and on customers visiting friends and relatives, as the business travel segment will take longer to return.”
SWISS will also be expanding its services from Zurich to popular destinations:
- Berlin will receive up to six daily flights
- Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Hamburg, Vienna, Copenhagen and Athens will each have up to three daily services
- Naples will be served up to eleven times weekly
- Thessaloniki will receive up to nine weekly flights
The company will serve 85 destinations from Zurich and 43 from Geneva in its 2021 summer schedules.
SWISS continues to offer its customers maximum flexibility with their air travel plans. For more information please visit their website.