Etihad Regional flies to Ibiza all year round

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Etihad Regional, operated by Darwin Airline, will continue its successful connection between Geneva and Ibiza throughout autumn and winter.

Etihad Regional, the leading Swiss regional airline based in Lugano, has released its Geneva – Ibiza Winter schedule ahead of time, announcing that, due to the success of this destination during summer, the Geneva – Ibiza route will be extended after October 23rd throughout autumn and winter.

Maurizio Merlo, Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Regional said:

“We are very pleased to offer our guests the opportunity to visit Ibiza during autumn and winter with direct flights from Geneva. Against the backdrop of ever-more flexible vacation schedules, we are delighted to give our clients the option of visiting the island throughout the year. The success on this route vindicates our strategy to focus on regional routes that meet the real and growing demand from passengers, and where we can provide the best offer with our premium service and nimble fleet.”

Christian Schneider, Chief Commercial Officer of the airline added:

“After October, Ibiza evolves into a perfect winter-sun holiday destination for families, friends or couples wishing to relax and enjoy the island within easy reach from Swiss destinations like Geneva. Ibiza is a great getaway throughout the year, offering sandy beaches and clear waters, home rentals, hotel and restaurant options, both high end and more easy-going. During off-peak season the picturesque cafés and nightlife destinations are more laid back and visitors also find time for the nature and wildlife attractions.”

Etihad Regional will be the only airline offering direct flights from Geneva to Ibiza throughout the year. Flights will take off for Ibiza every Saturday at 10.05 am from November onwards. The Ibiza – Geneva return flight will leave Ibiza at 1 pm. Etihad Regional will operate the route with their Saab 2000 aircraft with 50 seats. The services will be operated under flight numbers F7380 and F7381.

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