Swiss fills network holes

Swiss WorldCargo is offering more bellyhold capacity to North America and Asia with extra flights to and from Chicago, San Francisco, Montreal and Beijing in its new summer timetable.
Expansion of the European network for the Swiss International Air Lines’ cargo division will include new direct services between Zurich and Dresden, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Krakow, Leipzig, Ljubljana, Naples, Porto, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Toulouse, Riga and Zagreb.
Head of global area management, Ashwin Bhat, said that the enhancements “allow Swiss WorldCargo to expand its consistent offer of high-value and care intensive solutions and meet our customers’ increasing demand for premium air cargo services.”

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