Swiss is adding 22 new destinations from its Zurich hub at the start of the summer season.
From March 29, the national airline will fly from Zurich to Bari, Bilbao, Brindisi, Dresden, Gothenburg, Graz, Helsinki, Izmir, Krakow, Leipzig, Ljubljana, Malta, Naples, Porto, Riga, Santiago de Compostela, Sarajevo, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Toulouse and Zagreb. Its seasonal service to Palermo will become a year-round route.
The carrier will increase its frequencies on existing routes from Zurich to San Francisco, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Stockholm and Valencia during the summer.
Swiss will also launch six year-round services from Geneva to Algiers, Dublin, Florence, Sarajevo, Skopje and Valencia; and summer services from Geneva to Biarritz, Calvi, Palermo, Thessaloniki and Zakynthos.
The airline said the new routes will bring its network to 106 destinations, including 80 in Europe, in 49 countries.
Last month, Swiss announced the "substantial" enhancement of its business class product (see news, February 5).