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The latest news from the route network

The summer timetable features a number of highlights. Various increases of frequencies and new destinations benefit travellers.

Swiss International Air Lines (LX)
SWISS is adapting its flight timetable and increasing service frequencies to selected destinations. It will offer two flights a day to Malaga on its European network. There will be daily flights to long-haul destinations Bangkok, Delhi, Mumbai, Shanghai and San Francisco, and the number of weekly flights to Nairobi/Dar es Salaam will increase from five to six.

Air Berlin (AB)
airberlin is expanding its seasonal scheduled flights with two weekly connections to Brindisi and is increasing the frequencies to Hanover and Heraklion. Last year’s seasonal flights to Catania, Olbia and Palermo will also reappear on the flight timetable.

Croatia Airlines (OU)
From May to September, the seasonal timetable will feature two flights a week to Zadar on the Croatian coast.

Edelweiss Air (WK)
Edelweiss Air will add several new destinations to its route network in June, namely Whitehorse and Anchorage (Mondays), Tokyo (Saturdays) and Beirut (three times a week). As last year during the summer months there will be two weekly flights to Vancouver (on Friday via Calgary, westbound only). Finally, from July to October the airline will offer a weekly connection to Beijing in collaboration with Swiss.

Hainan Airlines (HU)
China’s Hainan Airlines will offer three direct flights a week from Zurich to Beijing starting 31 May.

Helvetic Airways (2L)
There will be flights to new destinations Cardiff and seasonally Inverness in Great Britain. Seasonal flights will also be offered to Lamezia Terme (July and August) and Rostock (for the first time throughout the summer). The frequencies to Brindisi will increase to two flights a week.

Niki (HG)
Niki Lauda’s airline will increase its flights to Vienna from 16 to 23 a week as of May, offering ideal morning and evening connections between Zurich and Vienna.

Tunisair (TU)
New destination: In addition to the existing connections to Tunis and Djerba, there will be new flights to Enfidha on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Turkish Airlines (TK)
Turkish Airlines is expanding its flights from Zurich and will offer three flights a day to Istanbul on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 28 June.

Vueling (VY)
Spanish airline Vueling will offer 12 flights a week between Zurich and Barcelona starting at the end of March, as well as reinstating its flights to Santiago de Compostela. It also plans to offer five flights a week to Amsterdam from September.

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