Seen taking part in the press conference at Wroclaw Airport, held to talk about SWISS’ new service to the Polish city from Zurich, are: Peter Pullem, Head of Sales Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Lufthansa Group; Dariusz Kuś, President of Wroclaw Airport; Andrej Motyl, Ambassador of Switzerland to Poland; and Wojciech Adamski, VP Wroclaw. When referring to OAG schedules, the Star Alliance member will operate Wroclaw flights three times weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) on a mixture of its CS100s and E190s. No other airline currently serves the route.
- SWISS has made Wroclaw (WRO) its third destination in Poland after Warsaw Chopin and Krakow, starting a three times weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) connection from Zurich (ZRH). “This is a route we have been pursuing for years,” said Dariusz Kuś, President of Wroclaw Airport. “In Wroclaw, there are many Swiss companies, including Credit Suisse and UBS. Therefore their representatives and customers will be very happy with the new flights. In addition, Zurich is an important link, also because of the possibility of a convenient transfer to North America or Asia, including Boston, Delhi or Dubai,” Kuś added. Launched 30 October, the Star Alliance member will operate the 727-kilometre route using a mixture of its CS100s and E190s when referring to OAG schedules, with no other airline currently serving the route. With this launch, SWISS will now provide 27 weekly flights between Zurich and Poland.