Edelweiss Air adds more flights to North America and the Caribbean

Edelweiss Airbus A330-200
Edelweiss Airbus A330-200 (© Edelweiss)

Swiss leisure airline Edelweiss is continuing to grow and invest in its core markets. With its 2015 Summer Timetable, the airline is introducing new destinations in Europe and expanding its flight offering in North America and the Caribbean.

With its 2015 Summer Timetable, Edelweiss is increasing the number of flights to Las Vegas, Tampa/Florida and Vancouver. These holiday destinations will be served with three weekly flights. „Las Vegas, Tampa/Florida and Vancouver have become popular Edelweiss destinations,“ Bernd Bauer, CEO of Edelweiss, says, „we are very satisfied with the seat occupancy rates and delighted to offer our guests a third weekly flight to each of these destinations starting in summer 2015.”

As well as the additional flights to North America, Edelweiss will be operating more flights to the Caribbean. Starting in summer 2015, there will be two weekly flights to the pulsating metropolis of Havana.

New destinations and more flights to existing holiday destinations in Europe

With the 2015 Summer Timetable, Edelweiss is also expanding its offer to include the up-and-coming cities in Southeast Europe. To that end, new destinations such as Banja Luka and Podgorica are being included in the route network and the number of flights to Pristina, Skopje and Split is being increased.

The choice of flights to the region of Greece/Turkey is also being expanded. Edelweiss will be serving the new destination Corfu and upping the number of flights to Heraklion und Dalaman. Furthermore, the airline will be strengthening its existing offer in Spain and Italy with additional flights to Alicante, Palma de Mallorca and Catania.

The 2015 Summer Timetable is valid from 29 March until 24 October 2015 and available for booking with immediate effect.

Edelweiss Air

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