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Swiss International Air Lines offers a summer adventure with the introduction of C Series flights 

C Series, Bombardier at Manchester
As summer gets into full swing, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is encouraging Mancunians to ditch the beach holiday and instead make the most of the new C Series flights to Zurich which was introduced this Saturday at Manchester Airport.

With the C Series, Bombardier’s newly-developed short and medium haul aircraft the journey is the height of comfort. Boasting a state-of-the-art engine, systems and materials technology, the C Series sets new benchmarks in inflight comfort, operating economics and environmental terms. The new twinjet is only half as loud as comparable aircraft to the human ear.  

From 16 July, SWISS will be offering two flights every day from Manchester to Zurich, so this summer SWISS passengers can sit back, relax and look forward to their alpine getaway.  

SWISS Director for UK and Ireland, Felix Rodel says: “We’re delighted to be introducing the new C Series into our fleet and setting new standards in aircraft innovation, comfort and technology.”  

Stephen Turner, Commercial Director at Manchester Airport, says: “We are thrilled to be one of the first destinations SWISS will fly to with their new CS100 aircraft. We believe passengers will enjoy the additional levels of comfort the aircraft offers and we’re sure it will also prove a hit with the aviation spotters who visit the airport.”  

Switzerland may be best known for skiing, mountain scenery and fondue by the fire, but with activities such as mountain biking, hiking and kayaking, it’s the perfect summer getaway for Mancunians looking for a holiday that will leave them feeling refreshed and energized.

The flights can be booked with immediate effect on for as little as £100 one-way (under the Economy Light fare terms and conditions).*
*Manchester – Zurich with Economy Light fare
*Economy Light fare only includes hand-luggage.

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