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SWISS announces special fares from Dubai to Europe and other destinations this February

Swiss International Air Lines launched special fares starting from AED2,315 inclusive of taxes in Economy Class onboard its state-of-the-art Airbus A330-300 on services between Dubai and Zurich to Europe and the rest of the world.  Travellers from Dubai get to experience the world-class products of the modern aircraft as well as excellent services on board.

For passengers looking to treat their loved ones before or after Valentine’s Day, can avail of the special fares for booking and sale until 28th February and valid for outbound travel latest by 30th June 2011. 

SWISS is also offering from now till 27 March 2011, additional frequencies to both European and intercontinental destinations from Zurich.  In Europe, these will include more daily flights to Stockholm, Valencia and Belgrade; and on the long-haul network Bangkok, Delhi and Mumbai will all enjoy new daily service.  SWISS’s Geneva-based network will also be expanded with the addition of a new Madrid route and a third daily Barcelona flight.

Martin Massueger Director, Head of Sales Middle East, Africa, Pakistan and Iran for Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), said:  “Our special fares on sale this February is another reason for travellers to experience the world-class products and services of SWISS on ground and on board.  We have been steadfast in offering only the best experience to our customers and our recent awards attest to that – Business Traveller Awards has named SWISS ‘Best Airline for Europe’ for five consecutive years as well as the centrepiece of our new A330-300 with the ‘Best Business Class for North & South America’ distinction.”

The A330-300, deployed non-stop daily from Dubai to Zurich, offers an attractive new cabin in all three seating classes which features the innovative on-board seating technology featuring a pneumatic air cushion whose firmness or softness can be set to individual tastes. And a further highlight is sure to be the state-of-the-art inflight entertainment system in all three cabin classes.

True to its commitment in making travel a welcome experience, SWISS has made it easier for passengers to book, check flight status, check in on the go, access mobile boarding pass, among others, with SWISS Mobile Apps for Blackberry, iPhone and Windows Phone 7 devices.  Travellers can now organise their entire trip with the SWISS Apps easily, quickly and reliably.

SWISS operates non-stop daily flights from Dubai to Zurich connecting passengers to over 70 destinations in 39 countries in its coming winter schedule.

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