Swiss Air is the largest and most popular airline in Switzerland. The company was founded relatively recently – In 2002. The airline’s planes fly to Asia, Africa, South and North America, Europe. Swiss Air is a subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. Today, the airline operates flights to more than 100 destinations.
The company’s fleet consists of 76 aircrafts (more than 10 models, including Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier models). The most popular aircraft is the Airbus A320-200 (21 planes).
Some Swiss Air destinations: Cairo, Tirana, Sarajevo, Salzburg, Vienna, Brussels, Zagreb, Prague, Santiago, Dusseldorf, Copenhagen, Berlin, Bremen.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
The main terminal that receives incoming Swiss Air flights is terminal 1. Occasionally, planes fly to other terminals. Check information before travelling.
Flights also depart from terminal 1. There may also be changes here. We recommend visiting the airport’s website before traveling or contacting support. You can also get advice at the airport itself: contact the staff.
Before you can access the boarding gate, you need to go through a check-in. The procedure is carried out in the terminal from which the flight departs. More information can be found on the ticket.