Swiss to Offer Free Stopover for Connecting Passengers

By Paul Riegler on 19 September 2018
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Lake Geneva at night

Lake Geneva at night

Swiss International Air Lines introduced a new option allowing travelers who are making a connection in Switzerland the option of a free visit to parts of the country before continuing to their final destination.

The new Stopover Switzerland program allows travelers to visit Switzerland for one to five days. The airline is offering packages that focus on one city and also those that allow visits to several cities. All packages include accommodations in a hotel in the city being visited as well as a variety of activities and excursions.

Passengers traveling from the United States, Singapore, and India are eligible to take part in the program.

The airline is offering the program in partnership with Switzerland Tourism and Switzerland Travel Centre. The program includes a Swiss Travel Pass that offers unlimited rides on the country’s public transport system during the stopover.

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