SWISS Will Continue Flights to Washington DC from Zurich

SWISS Will Continue Flights to Washington DC from Zurich
Javier Rodríguez from Palma de Mallorca, España, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

SWISS has this week revealed that they will continue operating flights to Washington DC from Zurich this Winter.

The way this was implied by the airline was that the service would only operate over the Summer, which is now year-round.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

SWISS & Washington DC Flights from Zurich…

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Flights with SWISS between Zurich and Washington DC will continue throughout the Winter 2024/25 season.

It is understood that the airline will be operating the route on a five times per week basis through the colder period.

Furthermore, the city has been used as the main highlight in an overarching piece on frequency boosts for the period.

As we will come to see throughout this piece, there are also other announcements made by the airline.

Other Notable Route News from the Airline…

SWISS Will Continue Flights to Washington DC from Zurich
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As well as Washington DC, SWISS is also making the following increases over the Winter period in the U.S:

  • Zurich (ZRH)-Los Angeles – Increased to daily flights.
  • ZRH-San Francisco – Increased to daily flights.
  • ZRH-Miami – Increased to twice-daily flights.

The airline will also be providing daily services between ZRH and Shanghai in due course too.

Furthermore, closer to home in Europe, SWISS has also made the following decisions on flights:

  • Daily flights to London Gatwick.
  • Three weekly flights to Cluj-Napoca.
  • Three weekly flights to Kosice.
  • Extend Geneva-Oslo to the winter season on a four-weekly basis.


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For the routes listed above, including the Zurich-Washington DC flights, it shows how SWISS is growing.

Furthermore, it is clear that demand is spreading well from Summer travel into Winter.

That period is typically quieter than the Summer season, so again it is promising that trends are heading in this direction.

Overall, all eyes will be on how the rest of the Summer performs for the airline as well as the quieter Winter period.

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