From mid-May 2013 SWISS will fly to Singapore, thus extending its Asian network. The route will be served by an Airbus A340-300. You can also escape the winter and fly to Miami. Until 5 May 2013 there will even be eleven connections per week to choose from instead of just seven.
With the beginning of the summer flight timetable in 2013, Czech Airlines will be resuming its service from Zurich to Prague with ten weekly flights. This route will be flown using both ATR 72-500 and Saab 2000 aircraft. Passengers benefit from connections in Prague to other destinations in Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Owing to strong demand, the service to Krakow introduced by Eurolot in June 2012 has been continually expanded. Since December 2012 up to five flights per week have departed for Poland’s economic centre.
The Icelandic carrier Icelandair is expanding its route network in summer 2013. From 1 June to 14 September 2013 Icelandair will be offering a twice-weekly service from Zurich to Reykjavik (KEF) in Iceland with connecting flights to its North American destinations: Anchorage, Boston, Denver, Halifax, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Seattle, Toronto and Washington D.C.
Flights will depart Zurich at 14:00 on Tuesdays and Saturdays and arrive in Reykjavik at 15:50 local time. Return flights are likewise Tuesdays and Saturdays, leaving Reykjavik in the early morning at 07:20 local time with arrival in Zurich at 13:00.
Since 14 January 2013 Zurich can once again boast a direct flight to Graz. The regional carrier Intersky, which is headquartered in Friedrichshafen, is now offering a twice-daily service with a Dash-8 300Q.