SWISS makes adjustments to some of its fares

11 February 2010

SWISS is to slightly increase the fares for some of its flights from Switzerland. The adjustments, which come into effect on 18 February, will enable the airline to continue to offer a comprehensive range of air services from a sound business foundation despite steadily-rising costs. They will also allow SWISS to pursue and further expand its planned product improvements.

The rises will amount to between zero and CHF 30 per round-trip flight within Europe. Despite these slight increases, the lowest European round-trip fares will remain below CHF 200 with taxes and charges included. For intercontinental round-trip flights, the increases will range between CHF 20 and CHF 50 in Economy Class and between CHF 50 and CHF 100 in Business.

The increases apply to all tickets for travel originating in Switzerland issued from 18 February onwards. All tickets issued prior to this date will be subject to the fares currently in force.