Swiss has announced that it will be closing the Senator and Business Class Lounges located in Zurich’s Terminal A.
The closing is scheduled for August 27, and will last through April 2018.
According to SWISS, once the renovations are complete the Lounges will reflect the styling and concept of the Lounges that are located in Terminal E. In addition, more seating will be installed and workstations will be updated with modern amenities. So it will be worth the wait!
For now, passengers can use the Lounges located in Terminal B and E. Star Alliance Gold members, along with Miles & More Senators and those traveling in Lufthansa Group Business Class can also use the Aspire Lounge and ‘Coffee To Fly’.
Miles & More Frequent Travelers and Star Alliance Business Class passengers can use the SWISS Lounges, but cannot access the Aspire or Coffee To Fly lounge options.
Swiss has launched an outstanding fare sale for travel originating in Luxembourg or Brussels that provides roundtrip First Class travel aboard SWISS to most of the destinations in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and South America.
The lowest fares are to the Middle East where fares range in the low €2000 euro range. Asia fares start €2500, while South America can be reached for only €3000. Fares to Johannesburg are attractive as well for only €3000.
The fare sale runs until June 22 and travel must take place between July 1, 2017 and January 15, 2018, giving you ample opportunity and inventory to plan your trip. A 3 day stay is required, other than that there are no other serious restrictions.
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SWISS’ First Class Lounge in Zurich
Late last week SWISS updated their timetable for 2017 with 4 updates concerning the 777 the days it will fly on certain route. This is just the first batch of changes and more will be coming in the next few weeks. For now, here is what is changing with 777 service going into 2017:
Zurich – Bangkok will see the A340-300 replace the 777 between March 28 and April 22 on 3 of the 7 flights each week. The A340 will fly the route on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday while the 777 will fly the route on the remaining days. These days are based on Zurich departures.
Zurich – Montreal will see the 777 replace the A330-300 between March 26 and May 31 on 3 of the 7 flights each week. The 777 will fly the route Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday while the A330 will fly the route on the remaining days. These days are based on Zurich departures.
Zurich – San Francisco will see the 777 fly the route everyday beginning on April 17. Currently the A340 is flying the route 4 days a week, while the 777 flies on the remaining 3 days.
Zurich – Singapore will see the 777 fly the route everyday beginning March 4. Currently the A340 is flying the route 4 days a week, while the 777 flies on the remaining 3 days.
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