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Edelweiss Adds Three New Destinations to Summer 2023 Flight Schedule

For summer 2023, Edelweiss will offer service to 65 short-haul destinations in 21 countries, including new serviced to Akureyri in Northern Iceland, Biarritz and Bari. The carrier will also offer long-haul flights to 21 destinations in the Americas and the Caribbean.

Edelweiss Airbus A340 - Courtesy Edelweiss

On Thursday (December 15, 2022), Edelweiss announced their summer 2023 flying program with short-haul service to 65 destinations in 21 countries and long-haul routes to 21 varied holiday destinations in 15 countries in North America and the Caribbean, as well as Costa Rica. The summer schedule also includes all new service to Akureyri in Northern Iceland, Biarritz in the west of France and Bari in the Puglia region of Italy. Flights to Akureyri will be offered once weekly on Fridays, while service to Biarritz will operate twice weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays from June 2023. From April, the carrier will serve Bari three times per week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Additionally, for the first time in their summer flying program, Edelweiss will extend service beyond winter to Boa Vista and Sal on the Cape Verde Islands until the end of June. Service to Amman and Aqaba in Jordan will also be added to the schedule from February 2023 and carry through to summer. In comparison to 2019, the carrier will add 19 short-haul destinations and drop three destinations for summer 2023. Edelweiss will also add frequencies to Greece, the Canary Islands and Cyprus next summer. Flights to Zakynthos will now be served on Sundays, in addition to Mondays and Thursdays, while Corfu flights will operate four times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Additional flights will also be added to Rhodes and Heraklion, while flight times to Mykonos have been optimized.

For guests visiting the Canary Islands, Edelweiss is now offering up to five weekly flights to Fuerteventura, up to eight weekly flights to Tenerife and Gran Canaria, as well as three weekly flights to Lanzarote. The carrier will also offer up to 13 weekly flights to Larnaca in Cyprus. Those looking for a weekly city break will also enjoy up to eight weekly flights to Edinburgh, Scotland. Additionally, North Africa service will be expanded for summer 2023 with six weekly flights to Marrakech in Morocco from spring 2023 and two weekly flights to Agadir. Frequencies to Djerba in Tunisia will also be increased from two to three weekly flights.

Edelweiss will also expand their long-haul offer next summer with service to 21 holiday destinations in 15 countries, including popular destinations in North America and the Caribbean, as well as Costa Rica. Service to Denver, Colorado (USA) will be increased from two to three weekly flights, while Vancouver, Canada flights will operate up to four times per week. During the peak summer 2023 season, all Caribbean routes will be served nonstop.

As always, the first item of sports baggage in the Normal category (up to 23 kg) will be free of charge, and complimentary meals will also be included. The carrier’s tasty, seasonal menu is prepared from high quality regional ingredients. Fights for summer 2023 are now available for booking at or through all other distribution channels.

Edelweiss is the leading leisure airline in Switzerland, offering service to the world’s most beautiful destinations. The airline ensures a pleasant and carefree experience to popular holiday destinations, as they look after the well-being of guests with commitment and cordiality. Edelweiss is a sister company of Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) and a member of the Lufthansa Group.

Source: Edelweiss


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