Please read these terms and conditions of use and this legal information (hereinafter referred to as the "Terms and Conditions of Use") carefully before using this website.
These Terms and Conditions of Use set out the regulations governing the use of the information and services that Swiss International Air Lines AG (hereinafter referred to as "SWISS") makes available to users (hereinafter referred to as "Users") via this website and other websites and applications operated by SWISS (hereinafter referred to as the "Website"). They apply to any use and to all transactions executed by Users now or in the future via the Website.
The information on the Website was compiled exclusively for the purpose of providing information on SWISS, its subsidiaries and partners and the services offered, and giving Users the opportunity to order, buy or book the services and goods on offer (hereinafter referred to as "Transactions").
If Users enter into Transactions with third parties via the Website, a direct agreement is deemed to be established between the User and the third party. SWISS is not involved in the agreement with the third party either as a party or as an agent.
The right of use is limited to Users accessing the Website itself, viewing it and executing Transactions. Users may not incorporate the Website into other websites without the prior written consent of SWISS.
Text, images, videos, software, products, services and other information contained in or presented on the Website may not be amended, copied, presented, licensed, published, uploaded, sent or made perceptible in any other way without the prior written consent of SWISS or the right owner in question. This excludes the User's right of use for his/her own personal use, adhering to all copyrights and other proprietary rights.
SWISS makes the website reservation system available exclusively for the purpose of allowing Users to check the availability of travel-related goods or services and to execute Transactions with SWISS and third-party providers.
In order to use individual services and execute Transactions, the User must also accept not only these Terms and Conditions of Use but also the contractual terms and conditions that apply in each case, in particular the Conditions of Carriage, of SWISS or other third-party providers (please click here to view the SWISS Conditions of Carriage for passengers and baggage).
The User shall bear responsibility for all costs, fees, taxes and claims resulting from his/her use of the Website. The access data provided to the User for his/her account is intended for his/her personal use and must be treated as confidential. Users are obliged to change their passwords on a regular basis. All Transactions executed via the profile account shall be attributed to the owner of the profile account in question and are binding for the latter.
Users shall have unlimited liability for direct and indirect damage, as well as consequential damage, caused by gross negligence or unlawful intent.
Information, software, products and services published on the Website may contain inaccuracies, calculation or spelling errors.
SWISS explicitly excludes, to the extent that is permissible by law, any liability for direct or indirect damage, as well as consequential damage.
The Website may contain links or references to other websites that are not operated by SWISS. SWISS is not responsible for the content of these websites and is not liable for damage or injury resulting from the content of these websites.
SWISS reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions of Use, as well as all of the documents, information and offers made available on the Website, at any time. If amendments are made, they shall apply as of the publication date on the Website. The further use of the Website following such amendments shall be deemed to constitute consent to the amendment on the part of the User.
Swiss law shall apply exclusively to these Terms and Conditions of Use and any disputes arising under or in connection with the relationship between SWISS and the Users, excluding the rules of conflict of laws and the provisions of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).