Swiss to add Delhi service this winter
Swiss Air Lines has announced that it will launch a new service to Delhi in India as part of its winter schedule.
Swiss Air Lines has announced expansions that will be taking place in its winter schedule, with flights to Delhi among its extended network.
Delhi will be the carrier's second destination, after Mumbai, in the swiftly expanding Indian market.
Swiss said that the route was added in response to demand from both business travellers and tourists for a direct service between Switzerland and the Indian city.
In another expansion to its long-haul network, the airline will be launching flights to and from Shanghai in summer 2008, with the first service taking off on May 9th.
In the 2007 World Travel Awards, recently held in Newcastle, Swiss was named Europe's leading airline, an accolade that Christoph Beckmann, chief marketing and strategy officer, said the carrier was "delighted" to receive.
He added: "This award confirms to us once again that the travel trade values our high service standards, our hospitality and our innovative flair."
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