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Swiss International Air Lines is the main airline operating out of Zurich’s airport. It is the new flag carrier airline for Switzerland since the bankruptcy of Swissair in 2002. Swiss Airlines is committed to corporate sustainability in the airline industry with a careful use of resources in order to continue to connect Switzerland to the world, including destinations in Asia, Africa and the Americas.
After Swissair, the former flag carrying airline of Switzerland, went bankrupt, Swiss International Air Lines was founded. This happened in 2002. Cossair, being owned by the same shareholders, was merged with the new version of Swissair and in 2005 commercial operations began for the airline. Agreements were reached after a few years of not being profitable and Swiss Intl. joined forces with Air France-KLM and Lufthansa.
The airline became profitable in 2006 and began to grow, adding new routes and being taken over completely by the German airline Lufthansa, making it a subsidiary airline. The airline also joined Star Alliance in 2006. Swiss Intl. is renewing its fleet, one by one. Their new aircrafts are more environmentally friendly and contribute to less noise pollution.
Infants up to 2 years of age pay 10% of the regular adult fare while children aged 2-11 are charged 50% of the adult ticket. Infants must travel on the lap of their accompanying adult. All of Swiss International Air Lines offers are listed on Liligo.com.
|Telephone:||44 845 601 0956|
|Departure cities:||London, Manchester, Birmingham|