Swiss International Air Lines (Swiss) has launched special fares to 31 destinations in Europe for the spring season, covering France, the UK, Germany Italy, Austria, Spain and many more.
“This is a busy period for business travellers, as well as people travelling for short breaks,” confirmed Felix Rodel, Swiss’ area manager for the Middle East. “Having monitored the travel trends, we have launched these fares to offer travellers the very best packages to these sought after destinations.
Fares start from Dh2,200 for destinations such as London Heathrow, Nice, Rome, Vienna, Dublin, Frankfurt, Brussels and Milan, or Dh2,300 for Geneva, Lugano or Zurich. Cities such as Malaga, Copenhagen, Salzburg, Warsaw or Stockholm are available for Dh2,500, as well as many more. The offer is available for sale and travel up to March 26.
As of October last year, Swiss regulated it’s daily non-stop service from Dubai to offer one of the earliest arrival times into Europe, with onward connections to 69 destinations in Europe and beyond. In addition, the airline’s hub at Zurich International Airport, now offers passengers short connection times and convenient transfer for passengers travelling onward or completing their journey in Zurich. Arab travellers heading to Switzerland enjoy one of the easiest visa application procedures, with most visas issued within 24 hours.
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