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Swiss International Air Lines, more commonly known as Swiss, is the main airline in Switzerland. Swiss offers both domestic and international connections, mostly to cities in Europe. Their main hub is located at Zürich Airport, and they also have Geneva Airport as a focus city. In 2006 Swiss joined Star Alliance, which is the largest global airline alliance.

SWISS re-launches Tenerife to Geneva flights on Oct 13
New route Zurich-Toronto flights now possible with SWISS. New route starts on May 10
New airline New SWISS-route to Toronto from ZRH. Fly on May 10 or later
Re-launch SWISS plans to restart Geneva-Tenerife flights on Oct 13
Re-launch Flights with SWISS from Rhodes to Geneva will resume on Jun 30
Re-launch Geneva-Rhodes flights to be re-launched by SWISS on June 30
Re-launch On June 29, SWISS will re-launch flights from Geneva to Olbia
New route Travel to Kosice with SWISS from Zurich. New route available on Mar 27
New route Fly to Cluj-Napoca from ZRH with SWISS. New route launches on Mar 28
New route SWISS opens new route from Toronto to Zurich on May 10
New route New route from Kosice to Zurich with SWISS on March 27
New airline On Mar 27, SWISS will start flights from Zurich to Kosice
New airline Explore Cluj-Napoca with SWISS flights from Zurich on March 28
New airline SWISS opens flights to Zurich from Toronto on May 10
New airline Kosice-Zurich flights to begin on Mar 27 with SWISS
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An airline hub is an airport where the airline has a heavy presence and normally some kind of headquarters. On the other hand, a focus city is a destination where the airline operates limited point-to-point routes. In these cities, the airline doesn’t necessarily need to have an office (even though this sometimes is the case). Many low-cost airlines don't use the definition 'hub' but instead define their main airports of operations as an operating base.