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Edelweiss Air is a Swiss leisure airline which is entirely owned by Swiss International Airlines and the Lufthansa Group and is based at Zurich Airport. Edelweiss Air flies to over 40 destinations in 28 countries. Edelweiss Air operates to many destinations including Anatalya, Arrecife, Cagliari, Cape Town, Catania, Corfu, Dalaman, Edinburgh, Far, Fuerteventura, Funchal, Havana, Ibiza, Kos, Larnaca, Las Palmas, Palma de Mallorca, Punta Cana, Pristina, Sharm el-Sheikh, Skopje. Tampa, Tenerife. One of Edelweiss Airlines most popular services is from Tampa to Zurich. Use the search bar above to find the best airfares for Edelweiss Air and our alternative airlines.

Edelweiss Air has different ticket classes that you can purchase; Business Class, Economy Max and Economy Class. Edelweiss Air Business Class is a premium experience, from extra comforts and delightful Swiss cuisine, Edelweiss Air will relax in style on their flight. Passengers travelling on Edelweiss Air Economy Class enjoy entertainment in comfort, with tasty home-cooked food.


Edelweiss Air Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers flying in Economy Class on Edelweiss Air flights are entitled to one item of carry-on baggage with a maximum weight 8kg.

Passengers flying in Business Class on Edelweiss Air flights are entitled to two items of carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 8kg.


Checked Baggage

Passengers flying in Economy Class on Edelweiss Air flights are entitled to one item of checked baggage which can't weigh more than 23kg.

Passengers flying in Business Class on Edelweiss Air flights are entitled to two items of checked which can't weigh more than 32kg per piece.


Edelweiss Air Route Map

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Edelweiss Air Popular Routes 


Zurich  Edelweiss Air Route Map  Bodrum


Funchal  plane icon  Zurich


Zurich plane icon  Phuket


Gran Canaria  plane icon  Zurich


Larnaca  plane icon  Zurich


Rhodes  plane icon  Zurich


Edelweiss Air Fleet

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Edelweiss Air Hub Airport

Zurich Airport

Zurich Airport is the largest airport in Switzerland and is the main hub of Swiss International Airlines and Helvetic Airways. Other airlines which fly to and from Zurich Airport include Edelweiss Air, Germania Flug, Swiss Global Airlines, Austrian Airways, British Airways, Corendon Airlines, Croatia Airlines, American Airlines and many others. The airport has three runways and can handle nearly 30 million passengers every year.



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Edelweiss Air Destinations


Brazil Rio de Janeiro    
Bulgaria Varna    
Canada Calgary    
Canada Vancouver    
Costa Rica San José    
Croatia Dubrovnik    
Croatia Pula    
Croatia Split    
Cuba Havana    
Cyprus Larnaca    
Dominican Republic Punta Cana    
Egypt Hurghada    
Egypt Sharm el-Sheikh    
Greece Corfu    
Greece Heraklion    
Greece Kos    
Greece Mykonos    
Greece Rhodes    
Greece Santorini    
Greece Zakynthos    
Italy Cagliari    
Italy Catania    
Italy Lamezia Terme    
Italy Olbia    
Kosovo Pristina    
Maldives Malé    
Mauritius Port Louis    
Mexico Cancún    
Morocco Marrakesh    
Portugal Faro    
Portugal Funchal    
Republic of Macedonia          Skopje    
South Africa Cape Town    
Spain Arrecife    
Spain Fuerteventura    
Spain Ibiza    
Spain Las Palmas    
Spain Palma de Mallorca    
Spain Seville    
Spain Tenerife    
Switzerland Zürich    
Thailand Phuket    
Turkey Antalya    
Turkey Dalaman    
Turkey Milas/Bodrum    
United Kingdom Edinburgh    
United Kingdom Inverness    
United States Denver    
United States Las Vegas    
United States San Diego    
United States Orlando    
United States Tampa    


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Edelweiss Air News

2nd July 2018

Tampa International Airport launches new flights

Edelweiss Air will be happy to happy to hear of the new expansion plans for Tampa Airport. Their new and improved flight networks will mean that they will be able to service more passengers in a direct and comfortable manner. Edelweiss Airlines flight from Tampa to Zurich should feel the positive impact of these changes, Alternative Airlines customers will be pleased to know.


6th June 2018

Edelweiss Air launch new US route

Edelweiss Air held a celebration in Zurich on 4th June. The ceremony, held in Zurich, was to commemorate the launch of their new service to Denver. Present at the ceremony were a number of officials from Edelweiss Air and Denver Airport who presented a celebratory cake. Edelweiss will fly between Zurich Airport (ZRH) and Denver International Airport (DEN) twice a week and will carry passengers on a number of A330-300s.


Lufthansa Group Senior Directors of Sale for the US, Larry Ryan, stated that the Lufthansa Group (Edelweiss' parent group) are excited by Edelweiss Air's arrival in Denver. Apparently, around 30,000 people travel between Switzerland and Denver every year, so a new non-stop service on this route has a high demand.


1st June 2018

Edelweiss Air expand Asian network by adding a new route to Vietnam

Edelweiss Air has announced that it will fly a direct service between Zurich and Ho Chi Minh City. This will be the first ever direct flight between Vietnam and Switzerland and will be significant in bringing in tourism and allow the two countries to trade with each other more easily.


Edelweiss Air CEO, Bernd Bauer, said that Vietnam is an attractive country, which has made it popular with the public in Switzerland. Edelweiss predict they will carry over 10,000 passengers from Zurich to Ho Chi Minh City every year. There are more than 16,500 passengers that travelled from Switzerland to Vietnam last year. Therefore, this new route could increase the number of Swiss passengers flying to Vietnam by 60%


4th April 2018

Edelweiss Air launches services from Zurich to Dubrovnik and Paphos

Edelweiss Air has launched services between Zurich and Dubrovnik on 30 March, with the Croatian airport greeting its newest carrier with this water arch salute. The airline will fly between the two airports twice a week (Mondays and Fridays). Along with Dubrovnik, Edelweiss Air launched services to Paphos from its Zurich base this week. The journey is around 2,500km and will be flown on a fleet of A320s. For the time being, there is no competition on this route.


3rd April 2018

Edelweiss Air zips from Zurich to Dubrovnik and Paphos

Edelweiss Air commenced services between Zurich and Dubrovnik on 30 March, with the Croatian airport greeting its newest carrier with this water arch salute. The airline will link the two airports twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays). Along with Dubrovnik, Edelweiss Air launched services to Paphos from its Zurich base this week.

Edelweiss Air commenced flights from Zurich (ZRH) to Dubrovnik (DBV) and Paphos (PFO) on 30 March, with both 937- and 2,438-kilometre sectors scheduled to be flown twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) on the airline’s fleet of A320s. At present neither route faces any direct competition, however it should be noted that Croatia Airlines will resume its seasonal link between Dubrovnik and Zurich from the end of April, with the Star Alliance member serving the city pair five times weekly on its Q400 fleet.



2 March 2018

Edelweiss Air plans La Palma service in W18

Edelweiss Air in winter 2018/19 season is launching new service to The Canaries. From 28OCT18, Airbus A320 aircraft will serve Zurich – Santa Cruz de la Palma route, once a week on Sundays. The schedule of this flight is as below:

WK230/LX8230 ZRH0650 – 1030SPC 320 7
WK231/LX8231 SPC1120 – 1650ZRH 320 7


17th November 2017

Edelweiss Air announced new direct services from Zurich to Buenos Aires.

Flights will commence on 7 November 2018 with sales available with immediate effect. Also in attendance at the announcement and signing of the contracts was Mr. Horacio Rodriguez Larreta, Mayor of Buenos Aires. The flights will be operated on an A340-300 which will include 27 Business Class Seats, 76 Economy Max, and 211 Economy Class Seats.

Edelweiss plans to operate ZRH-EZE year round. The summer 2019 schedule might vary slightly but the current schedule is: Wednesday and Sunday 22:30 ZRH-EZE arriving 09:00 - Thursday and Monday’s 13:05 EZE-ZRH arriving 06:30 It is expected the new service will see an additional 33,000 passengers from Switzerland visiting Argentina each year.

Edelweiss is a subsidiary of Lufhtansa Group.


5th October 2017

Swiss airline Edelweiss Air to launch new Inverness to Zurich service

Inverness Airport said the new weekly direct flight will run for nine weeks over the summer of 2018 beginning in July

Swiss airline Edelweiss Air is to launch a new weekly direct service connecting Inverness and Zurich from July 2018.

Inverness Airport, managed by Scottish Government owned Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL), said the new service will run for nine weeks over the summer beginning 3 July.


Edelweiss Air already operates a twice-weekly Edinburgh to Zurich service, which commenced in 2014.


HIAL managing director, Inglis Lyon, said: “This new summer link with Zurich offers increasing leisure opportunities for Scottish travellers with over 3000 seats for sale for the summer period.

“The expected increase in Swiss visitors to the Highlands could boost the economy by over £350,000.”

Andreas Meier of Edelweiss Air, added: “We are pleased to be launching the second Edelweiss route to Scotland next summer, with new flights to Inverness Airport adding to the existing service from Edinburgh.

“This new route will open up further opportunity for travellers from Switzerland to discover the beauty of the Scottish Highlands.”