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Swiss International Airlines

Swiss International Airlines is the national airlines of Switzerland with its headquarters at Basel. The airlines operate out of Zurich Airport  with a main hub at Geneva Airport. Swiss international was formed from the bankrupt Swissair in 2002, and has made its way out of losses. Today the airline is part of the Lufthansa group and has joined the Star Alliance and retains its brand name.

Edelweiss Air and Swiss Global Airlines are subsidiaries of Swiss International Airlines. As part of the Star Alliance, Swiss International Airlines has code share agreements with remaining 26 airlines.


The Swiss International Airlines fleet consists of 8 Boeing 777-300ERs, 5 Airbus A319-100s, 21 Airbus A320-200s, 6 Airbus A321-100s, 3 Airbus A321-200s, 14 Airbus A330-300s, 7 Airbus A340-300s, 2 AVRO RJ100, 8 Bombardier CS100 and 1 Bombardier CS300.

Swiss International Airlines’ Domestic Destinations:

Swiss International Airlines has scheduled flights to Geneva, Lugano, Zurich and Basel.

Swiss International Airlines’ International Destinations: 

Swiss International airlines flies to 82 destinations in Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Oman, China, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Tanzania, Thailand, UAE, UK and USA.

Available Classes

Swiss International offers passengers three classes - First Class, Business Class and Economy Class.


Travellers must carry their passport or photo ID, ticket, and boarding pass. All international passengers must ensure that all visas are valid.

Inflight Service

Inflight entertainment is updated every month. Passengers can choose from movies, TV shows and games. Swiss international publishes two inflight magazines. The award winning ‘Swiss Magazine’ can be found in the economy seating, while ‘Swiss Universe’ can be found in Business and First class seating. Both magazines are published 10 times a year. Both magazines can be read online or be downloaded as PDF. Travellers can also use personal devices like laptops, portable gaming devices, tablets at times specified by flight crew. Wi-Fi internet is available on Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A330-300. Newspapers and magazines can be downloaded via the ‘booking/additional options’ page.


Swiss International Airlines has won awards over its business class menu. The airline offers alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, light snacks and delicious meals. Special meals can be ordered up to 24 hrs prior to departure.

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How to Check-in

As a general rule, all Swiss international passengers are expected to check-in between 3 and 1hr prior to departure. Counters will close depending on class of travel and departure airport. For more detailed reading, click here. Swiss International Airlines has a detailed list on self-check in options. Passengers can check-in online 24hrs prior to departure. Users will be asked for passenger’s last name and booking reference or E-Ticket number. Follow the instructions given here, to have a hassle free boarding experience.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Swiss International Airlines considers 1 pc of hand baggage as less than 8kg and within 55x40x23cm in dimensions. Business and First Class Passengers are allowed 2, while economy passengers are allowed 1. All passengers are allowed one more piece of carry-on baggage smaller than 40x30x10cm, that can be stowed under the seat. 1 pc of checked baggage should not exceed 158cm (height + width + depth). Checked baggage allowances vary between travel class and travel zones. Click here for full details.


All Boeing 777-300ERs have 340 seats, Airbus A319-100s have 138 seats, Airbus A320-200s have 180 seats, Airbus A321-100s have 219 seats, Airbus A321-200s have 219 seats, Airbus A330-300s have 236 seats and the Airbus A340-300s come with 219 seats. The AVRO RJ100s have 97 seats, the Bombardier CS100s have 125 seats and Bombardier CS300 comes with 145 seats.

Booking Fees

Swiss International Airlines does not charge a booking fee if passengers book from the website. Changes in itinerary and cancellations are complementary depending on type of fare. Fixed ticket passengers may have to pay a premium to rebook, cancel or change itineraries. For European fares and travel classes, click here. for all other booking charges, click here.

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