Swiss Air Interline Agreements

S7 Airlines` Interline partners are listed below. Thanks to these partnerships, you can travel to New York, Singapore, Hanoi, London, Zurich, Geneva, Madrid or any other destination. One part of the line is operated by S7 and the other part by a partner airline. A ticket for the entire trip can be purchased at any S7 sales office or on the S7 Airlines website. In general, these flights are cheaper than the purchase of two separate tickets for a particular trip because of the special fares between airlines. Prorate Special Agreements offer S7 passengers the unique opportunity to travel around the world at surprisingly attractive prices, provided exclusively by their partners. 1 Unilateral agreements, with the right to sell only for S7 Airlines flights. According to Marcel Biedermann, general manager intercontinental markets for Swiss, there were three possibilities: to remain independent as a niche airline, to reduce to an unrecognizable level or to cling to another group of airlines. The last choice was made. Swiss spoke with Air France-KLM, British Airways and Lufthansa. Swiss, however, was tied to debt and an uncertain future and seemed to be an unattractive investment.

After the merger with KLM, Air France said they were too busy to discuss the Swiss` membership. British Airways was open, and Oneworld partners believed that Zurich Airport would be a viable alternative platform for London Heathrow. The airline has set up a regional airline subsidiary called Swiss European Air Lines. The airline had its own air carrier certificate. Two divisions – Swiss Aviation Training and Swiss WorldCargo (with the abdominal capacity of passenger aircraft) – also belong to Swiss. Swiss European Air Lines (later renamed Swiss Global Air Lines) ceased operations and merged with the parent company Swiss. Now you can save time and money. Choose your international itinerary and buy tickets to the most popular destinations on the S7 website. Tickets purchased at S7 outlets are accepted by our partner airlines and vice versa; This way, you can also buy tickets for S7 flights at our partners` offices, including abroad.

Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A220-100/-300 (Bombardier CS100/CS300) aircraft were operated by Swiss Global Air Lines until the subsidiary closed operations in April 2018 to reduce administrative costs and simplify the structure of Swiss fleets. [53] Previously, to buy tickets for flights with several airlines, you had to either search for acceptable variants yourself – try to harmonize schedules, then buy several tickets in several airlines – or use the help of agencies and pay a commission. They would lose time or money. On August 18, 2011, Swiss presented a new company logo[20] that resembled the Swissair logo that no longer exists. [21] In 2008, Swiss International Air Lines acquired Edelweiss Air[13] [14] and Servair[15] – renamed Swiss Private Aviation. In February 2011, Swiss Private Aviation ceased operations due to restructuring. Instead, the company recommended the use of Lufthansa Private Jet Service. [16] Everyone knows that S7 offers the largest network in Russia. But we are not resting on our laurels and we are expanding our network of flights to the East and West.