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This guide provides an overview of flying, saving, and earning miles with SWISS, including a summary of their frequent flyer program, Miles & More. You’ll learn all about the airline, the deals they offer and how to get the most of each flight.
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SWISS Promo Codes & Deals
These promotions, discounts and sale fares include first class, business and economy class and are valid from major global markets served by SWISS Air including United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and many more great locations!
SWISS Air Deals from the USA
SWISS Miles & More Promotions
SWISS Miles & More Promotions
How (and where) to Apply a Swiss Airlines Discount Code or Promo Code:
SWISS Air doesn’t make it as easy as Emirates or Etihad, who put to promo code box right on the front page before you search. However, they do offer them and you can use a SWISS Air Discount Code or Promo Code to save some money on your next flight.
There are seven steps required to book a flight with SWISS Air. The process starts with entering your travel dates and destinations and it ends with providing your payment information. It isn’t until you get to the last step that you will be able to enter the SWISS Air promo code or discount code.
Once you get to the payment page you will be able to enter the promo code. You will find a box that says “Redeem Voucher”. Click on that to reveal the Voucher Code box (The term Voucher Code is often used in Europe and is the same as a Promo Code or Discount Code). This is also where you would redeem a gift card or gift voucher.
At this point you will enter your Swiss Airlines Promo Code or Discount Code in the box and the appropriate discount will be applied when you finish your check out process.
Miles & More Frequent Flyer Program
The SWISS Air frequent flyer program is called Miles & More, which is a shared frequent flyer program with Lufthansa. With Miles & More, you can earn and spend miles with around 300 well-known partners. You can enroll in the Miles & More program here…
About SWISS International Airlines
SWISS International Air Lines is the national airline of Switzerland operating scheduled services in Europe and to North America, South America, Africa and Asia. Its main hub is Zurich Airport, with a focus city operation at Geneva Airport. SWISS is a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group and operates from 7 major airports in the United States – Boston, New York (JFK and Newark), Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Seating and Cabin Classes
SWISS offers three classes of service, including Economy, Business Class and First Class.
SWISS offers a fairly standard economy class product with rear seat entertainment, assigned seating and meal service.
Business Class Cabin
The new SWISS Business seat is a spacious workplace that converts into a roomy 6 foot (2 meter) flat bed at the touch of a button. It also has an integrated massage function will pamper you during your flight.
First Class Cabin
There are eight First Class armchairs available on Boeing 777 long-haul flights. The seats turn into generous flat beds in moments. Enjoy your private sphere and the individual service.
SWISS offers long haul flights on three different aircraft – Boeing 777, Airbus A330 and Airbus A340. The Boeing 777 is definitely the most luxurious. Check out all three here..
Star Alliance Member
SWISS Air is a member of Star Alliance allowing you to earn and use their frequent flyer miles on any Star Alliance flight.
SWISS Air Customer Service Information
Swiss International Air Lines Ltd.
P.O. Box 2013
1 (877) 359-7947
Visa & Passport Requirements
Before you book your flight make sure you are up to speed with the latest information regarding visa and passport requirements. Here is a link to SWISS Air’s Travel Document Guidelines.
If you have to renew or obtain a new passport, make sure you follow the passport application rules, including how to obtain a proper passport photo. Sometimes it’s the little things that can cause a big headache if you don’t follow to rules.