Swissair Announces E>Ticket Money-Saving Offer Exclusive To the San Francisco Bay Area

Apr 02, 2001, 01:00 ET from Swissair

    MELVILLE, N.Y., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- There's more to the San Francisco
 Bay Area than the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and cable cars. Now there's
 e>ticketing available on all Swissair flights and now available at savings for
 Business Class and Economy Class travel.
     "We are pleased to bring an e>ticketing option to San Francisco Bay Area
 travelers," said Ulrich Wohn, Swissair's General Manager of Marketing for
 North and South America. "E>ticketing is all about making it hassle-free for
 our passengers," he said.
     Travelers using electronic ticketing can enjoy ticketless travel and not
 worry about the possibility of losing a ticket. Simply book a flight and
 arrive at the airport to obtain a boarding pass.
     Starting April 2, travelers can receive $300 off each way on a full fare
 Business Class ticket ($600 roundtrip) or $75 off each way for an *Economy
 Class ticket ($150 roundtrip) when purchasing an e>ticket for travel from
 Swissair's San Francisco gateway to the following destinations:
 
     Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen,
 Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Graz, Geneva, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Istanbul, Izmir,
 Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Heathrow, Lugano, Madrid, Malaga, Munich, Oporto,
 Prague, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zagrab and Zurich.
 
     These destinations can be reached through Swissair's hub in Zurich
 offering smooth transfers and efficient service. Swissair's San Francisco
 summer schedule is as follows:
 
                               Departure       Arrival
     San Francisco-Zurich      SR109           9:25 p.m.      5:25 p.m.
                               SR108(return)   4:20 p.m.      7:10 p.m.
 
     Travelers must purchase tickets by April 16. Travel is valid now through
 June 30, 2001. Minimum/maximum stay based on fare purchased. Fees, taxes and
 airport charges of up to $63 not included. Seats are subject to availability
 and certain restrictions apply. (*Excludes Economy Class travel booked in
 B and V classes).
     Swissair is a partner 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.
 
 

SOURCE Swissair
    MELVILLE, N.Y., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- There's more to the San Francisco
 Bay Area than the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and cable cars. Now there's
 e>ticketing available on all Swissair flights and now available at savings for
 Business Class and Economy Class travel.
     "We are pleased to bring an e>ticketing option to San Francisco Bay Area
 travelers," said Ulrich Wohn, Swissair's General Manager of Marketing for
 North and South America. "E>ticketing is all about making it hassle-free for
 our passengers," he said.
     Travelers using electronic ticketing can enjoy ticketless travel and not
 worry about the possibility of losing a ticket. Simply book a flight and
 arrive at the airport to obtain a boarding pass.
     Starting April 2, travelers can receive $300 off each way on a full fare
 Business Class ticket ($600 roundtrip) or $75 off each way for an *Economy
 Class ticket ($150 roundtrip) when purchasing an e>ticket for travel from
 Swissair's San Francisco gateway to the following destinations:
 
     Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen,
 Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Graz, Geneva, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Istanbul, Izmir,
 Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Heathrow, Lugano, Madrid, Malaga, Munich, Oporto,
 Prague, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zagrab and Zurich.
 
     These destinations can be reached through Swissair's hub in Zurich
 offering smooth transfers and efficient service. Swissair's San Francisco
 summer schedule is as follows:
 
                               Departure       Arrival
     San Francisco-Zurich      SR109           9:25 p.m.      5:25 p.m.
                               SR108(return)   4:20 p.m.      7:10 p.m.
 
     Travelers must purchase tickets by April 16. Travel is valid now through
 June 30, 2001. Minimum/maximum stay based on fare purchased. Fees, taxes and
 airport charges of up to $63 not included. Seats are subject to availability
 and certain restrictions apply. (*Excludes Economy Class travel booked in
 B and V classes).
     Swissair is a partner 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.
 
 SOURCE  Swissair