Geneva, Switzerland (GenevaLunch) – Airline Swiss will offer more connections between Britain and Geneva starting 10 January 2010, with six new flights daily to Heathrow. The company is reducing the number of flights between Geneva and London City from the current six a day to four. The additional flights will be provided in part by an additional Heathrow-based airplane, but Swiss will be working closely with British Midlands and some of the new connections will be codeshare flights.
Swiss also announced 23 November that in future all of its 430 connections between Switzerland and the UK will be operated under codeshare arrangements between the two companies, both part of the Lufthansa network.
Swiss flights between Bucharest and Geneva will end in early January, due to insufficient demand, the company says. The Romanian capital can be reached on Swiss via Zurich.