SWISS collaborates with Swiss Federal Railways to introduce new Airtrain service between Geneva/Zurich

SWISS has announced it will introduce Airtrain rail service between the Geneva Cornavin central station and Zurich Airport, the company said.

SWISS offers the Airtrain in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Railways. The new services should help keep Western Switzerland optimally connected with SWISS´s Zurich Airport hub even after the timetable changes that the airline has had to make in response to the coronavirus crisis. In extending the Airtrain network to Geneva, SWISS is offering its customers more options for combining multiple modes of transport.

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is to offer its customers a new Airtrain´ rail service between Geneva´s Cornavin central station and Zurich Airport in collaboration with the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB). The new Airtrain service is intended to supplement the existing air services between Geneva and Zurich airports, to continue to give the people of Western Switzerland the best possible connections with the intercontinental and European air services that SWISS operates from its Zurich hub. SWISS has reduced its own Zurich-Geneva flight frequencies in view of the present coronavirus pandemic.

SWISS and the SBB established a strategic partnership to expand intermodal travel in Switzerland in October of last year.