|Top route||Zurich to Berlin Brandenburg|
Food tastiness was not good. The second meal had a bad a pizza or kiech like thing but was very bad smell that we couldn't eat.
Flight was fine but the air flow was insufficient. After landing, we waited an hour for a gate to open up with no air conditioning and a burning smell in the cabin.
Family was upgraded from economy to business class. Wonderful experience! Food was great and the service was exceptional! We did have a tight connection in Zurich because of air traffic congestion. That said, our bags did not reach Chicago. That is understood but Swiss Air should have their stand staffed several hours after the flight arrives due to O'Hare immigration back ups to handle any baggage issues. Furthermore, Swiss Air should have a working US 800 number to handle any baggage issues. I called their customer service number and they gave me the number for Lufthansa baggage, then the number for United baggage, then the number for Swiss Air baggage in Zurich. Swiss Air customer service was not helpful with my baggage issues. A global airline should have working 800 numbers in the US or should empower their customer service agents to handle these events. I completely understand the tight connection and bags not making it onto the aircraft, but there needs to be a first rate support system in place if this occurs. Swiss Air is lacking in this respect.
Flight from Zurich to Florence was fine
mask obligation would helpful. flight felt particularly unsafe.
Very satisfied overall
The crew was attentive and had a pleasant demeanor. The checkin process was good but surprisingly your ticket counter did not have a CC machine to process payments. Calling in by your staff was a chore and the individual was visibly frustrated when on the other end they could not understand a 4 digit expiration date. The seats were very tight and uncomfortable. The food was minimal in quantity and just ok in quality and taste.
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It would have been better if some food were served on the flight from Zurich to Athens.
Very friendly crew members. They ran out of veggie food half way through the distribution. Had to make do with bread only.
The flight was full and given the high Covid infections I would have liked people, including the crew, to wear masks
Our flight from Zürich to Los Angeles was canceled on the day we were supposed to leave. We found out only when we were at the check-in at the airport in Rome. So we could never fly home and now we had to be rescheduled to 22 July. By Lufthansa. And we never heard back from chat deal or you a KAYAK we tried to contact you over and over and now we’re incurring extra expenses to spend three more days in Rome. This is not acceptable. We would like someone to get in touch with us and I can guarantee you that if we don’t find out support from your in any way in regards to this situation we will never use your services again.
One of the better airlines I have flown
Simply put, short of upgrading seat class, I couldn't have asked for a more friendly, accommodating, comfortable experience flying.
No room between seats. Seat arms do not lift, which would allow more space if needed.
Masks should be worn be all passengers on international flights to reduce the risk of spreading Covid as everyone on the Swiss flight was cough and sneezing nonstop for the duration of the flight.
Swiss Air rescheduled our connecting flight to 7:45 am. Our initial flight didn’t land until 10:20 am. The people at the Swiss Air counter said our flight was canceled. It was not canceled. THANK GOODNESS for United who rescheduled us on a flight the following day. Kayak, I was on hold the night prior to our flight to speak with you about this scheduling nightmare for 2.5 hours before the call was dropped. I did not receive a call back. I am very unhappy with Kayak’s customer service and lack of communication and do not plan to use your business in the future.
There was no internet in the airport and/or entertainment options on the flight.
Crew, food and in-flight entertainment were all great!
The flight attendants did a exceptional job the entire flight providing attentive service.
The fact that I had to pay an extra $75 to check-in my luggage was extremely disappointing as I purchased an Economy ticket online and was told that I had an Economy "light" ticket instead. This was the case when departing from Newark to Rome at the start of my trip- they required an extra $75 for that flight as well in order to check my bag. For $1,259.97 I did NOT purchase a "light" ticket as I knew I would need to check my suitcase. I expect a reimbursement of $150 for my extra cost. Please advise where to send proof of payment for reimbursement. Paola Rubbo 917-251-3284 Booking ID: K66B365
Everything was perfect. on time, clean organized. I was pleasantly surprised
Minimum two kind food options
On board SWISS flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the SWISS assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
SWISS offers direct flights to 126 cities in 52 different countries. Fribourg, Bern, and Berlin are the most popular cities covered by SWISS.
SWISS concentrates most of its flight operations in Zurich.
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SWISS offers several different travel classes for passengers to choose from, including Economy, Business, and First. Economy provides travelers with a free carry-on, a hot meal, complimentary drinks, and access to the plane’s entertainment system, while Business offers a seat that turns into a bed, a gourmet meal, free alcoholic beverages, and the option of checking two bags for free. If you select First Class, you will be given items, such as moisturizer and pajamas, as well as priority boarding.
Although based in Switzerland, this airline offers many flights all across the world, including throughout Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. If you plan on traveling to Asia, you can consider visiting a popular country like Japan or Thailand. For those interested in flying to Africa, there are destinations such as Tunisia, South Africa, and Ghana.
To offer as many flight paths as possible, SWISS has codeshare agreements with many other airlines, including Air France, Eurowings, and LOT Polish Airlines. Additionally, the company has created interline agreements with additional airlines, such as Delta Air Lines, Iberia, and Precision Air.
Out of the 89 planes that make up this company’s fleet, almost all of them are either Airbus or Boeing. The Airbus A320-200 is the aircraft that is the most frequently used, as it is ideal for medium-range flights and can fit up to 180 passengers. When servicing long distance flights, however, the company opts to use the Boeing 777-300ER, a choice that can fit up to 340 passengers and is the largest twinjet in the world.