Looking for Swissair and Sabena? We're Moving to New JFK & Lax Terminals

Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from Swissair and Sabena

    MELVILLE, N.Y., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Swissair and Sabena are on the
 move, relocating to new terminals in Los Angeles and New York next month where
 passengers can enjoy lounges, easier check-in, and shorter walks through
 terminals and to parking areas.
     On May 7, Swissair will relocate to the Tom Bradley International Terminal
 at the Los Angeles Airport from Terminal 5.  As American Airlines is
 Swissair's domestic partner, this move will make traveling more convenient for
 passengers.  The Tom Bradley International Terminal (also known as the TBIT),
 is located between Terminal 3 (home of American Airlines Commuter flights) and
 Terminal 4 (home to American Airlines domestic and international flights).
 Check-in and ticket counters are located in the center of the building that
 also houses a variety of restaurants and shopping.
     Swissair offers daily nonstop service from Los Angeles to Zurich and
 beyond.  The schedule is as follows:
 
     Los Angeles-Zurich    SR107           3:00 p.m.    11:10 a.m.
                           SR106(return)  10:00 a.m.     1:10 p.m.
 
     On May 8, Swissair and Sabena will have a newly refurbished Terminal 4
 home at the John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK Airport).  For Swissair
 and Sabena passengers, this means:
 
     *     shorter walks through the terminal
     *     improved parking areas with covered walkways
     *     easy-to-follow directional signage for arrivals and departures
     *     new arrival halls including improved additional baggage carousels
           and baggage-handling system for more timely delivery of luggage
     *     easily accessible departure gate concourse with 16 gates
     *     modern check-in counters
     *     new Swissair and Sabena First and Business Class lounges
 
     From JFK Airport, Swissair and Sabena operate six flights a day as
 follows:
 
     Swissair Summer Schedule
     JFK-Zurich            SR101           6:15 p.m.    8:00 a.m.
                           SR100(return)  12:30 p.m.    3:10 p.m.
 
                           SR103           8:15 p.m.   10:00 a.m.
                           SR102(return)  10:30 p.m.    1:10 p.m.
 
                           SR105          11:00 p.m.   12:45 p.m.
                           SR104(return)   6:25 p.m.    9:05 p.m.
 
     JFK-Geneva            SR139           7:45 p.m.    9:30 a.m.
                           SR138(return)  12:15 p.m.    2:40 p.m.
 
     Sabena Summer Schedule
     JFK-Brussels          SN 552          7    p.m.    8:20 a.m.
                           SN 551(return) 11:10 a.m.    1:40 p.m.
 
     JFK-Brussels          SN 554         11:30 p.m.   12:40 p.m.
                           SN 553(return)  7:20 p.m.    9:50 p.m.
 
     Swissair and Sabena are partners in the AAdvantage(R), Midwest Express
 Airlines, and US Airways Dividend Miles frequent flyer programs.  American
 Airlines and AAdvantage are registered trademarks of American Airlines, Inc.
 American Airlines is not responsible for products and services offered by
 other participating companies.
 
 

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    MELVILLE, N.Y., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Swissair and Sabena are on the
 move, relocating to new terminals in Los Angeles and New York next month where
 passengers can enjoy lounges, easier check-in, and shorter walks through
 terminals and to parking areas.
     On May 7, Swissair will relocate to the Tom Bradley International Terminal
 at the Los Angeles Airport from Terminal 5.  As American Airlines is
 Swissair's domestic partner, this move will make traveling more convenient for
 passengers.  The Tom Bradley International Terminal (also known as the TBIT),
 is located between Terminal 3 (home of American Airlines Commuter flights) and
 Terminal 4 (home to American Airlines domestic and international flights).
 Check-in and ticket counters are located in the center of the building that
 also houses a variety of restaurants and shopping.
     Swissair offers daily nonstop service from Los Angeles to Zurich and
 beyond.  The schedule is as follows:
 
     Los Angeles-Zurich    SR107           3:00 p.m.    11:10 a.m.
                           SR106(return)  10:00 a.m.     1:10 p.m.
 
     On May 8, Swissair and Sabena will have a newly refurbished Terminal 4
 home at the John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK Airport).  For Swissair
 and Sabena passengers, this means:
 
     *     shorter walks through the terminal
     *     improved parking areas with covered walkways
     *     easy-to-follow directional signage for arrivals and departures
     *     new arrival halls including improved additional baggage carousels
           and baggage-handling system for more timely delivery of luggage
     *     easily accessible departure gate concourse with 16 gates
     *     modern check-in counters
     *     new Swissair and Sabena First and Business Class lounges
 
     From JFK Airport, Swissair and Sabena operate six flights a day as
 follows:
 
     Swissair Summer Schedule
     JFK-Zurich            SR101           6:15 p.m.    8:00 a.m.
                           SR100(return)  12:30 p.m.    3:10 p.m.
 
                           SR103           8:15 p.m.   10:00 a.m.
                           SR102(return)  10:30 p.m.    1:10 p.m.
 
                           SR105          11:00 p.m.   12:45 p.m.
                           SR104(return)   6:25 p.m.    9:05 p.m.
 
     JFK-Geneva            SR139           7:45 p.m.    9:30 a.m.
                           SR138(return)  12:15 p.m.    2:40 p.m.
 
     Sabena Summer Schedule
     JFK-Brussels          SN 552          7    p.m.    8:20 a.m.
                           SN 551(return) 11:10 a.m.    1:40 p.m.
 
     JFK-Brussels          SN 554         11:30 p.m.   12:40 p.m.
                           SN 553(return)  7:20 p.m.    9:50 p.m.
 
     Swissair and Sabena are partners in the AAdvantage(R), Midwest Express
 Airlines, and US Airways Dividend Miles frequent flyer programs.  American
 Airlines and AAdvantage are registered trademarks of American Airlines, Inc.
 American Airlines is not responsible for products and services offered by
 other participating companies.
 
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