Swiss International Air Lines will be adding two new destinations to its winter schedule this year.
Wroclaw in Poland will join Swiss’ network for the first time; and service to Niš in Serbia, which was introduced this summer, will continue in the winter timetable period.
The start of the 2017/18 winter timetable period on 29 October will bring the launch of a new thrice-weekly (Monday, Wednesdays and Friday) service between Zurich and Wroclaw in Southern Poland.
The Wroclaw region has seen substantial recent economic growth and has been discovered not only by major banks, life science and electronics corporations but also by the many shared service centers which have made it their home. In offering its new thrice-weekly Zurich-Wroclaw flights, Swiss is responding to the air travel needs of the growing Swiss-Polish business community.
The airline will also be offering its customers a new winter service between Zurich and Niš in Southern Serbia, which was newly added to the network in the current summer schedules. The winter service will be twice weekly, on Fridays and Sundays, and is aimed primarily at customers visiting friends and relatives.