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Swiss to Fly Dublin to Geneva from 26th June

Swiss to Fly Dublin to Geneva from 26th June

Swiss International Air Lines will be offering a new service connection between Dublin and Geneva from 26th June 2015. Swiss will operate four weekly flights to Geneva. The new flights to and from Dublin mark a further step in Swiss’s development of its services to Western Switzerland.Swiss Logo

All Swiss flights from Dublin are operated with A320 aircraft offering around 150 seats. Swiss continues to develop its product and services to Western Switzerland under its ‘Next Generation Airline of Switzerland’ strategy. The additions will bring Swiss’s Geneva network to 42 non-stop destinations and help further strengthen the airline’s position in the UK and Irish markets.

“In opening our new route between Dublin and Geneva, we are responding to a clear demand on the part of our leisure and our business customers,” said Felix Rodel, Director for UK and Ireland, Swiss.

Vincent Harrison, Dublin Airport Managing Director, was delighted to welcome the new route to Geneva. “This new year-round service to Geneva will provide additional choice and flexibility for passengers travelling between Ireland and Switzerland and we look forward to working closely with Swiss to promote its new route.”

Swiss also operates a year-round service from Dublin to Zürich, with up to nine flights per week during the peak summer season.

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