Swiss International Air Lines is the Airline of Switzerland, founded on 31 March 2002. From Geneva, Zurich and Lugano Swiss Airlines serves over 102 destinations in 46 countries. Swiss International Air Lines is a part of the Lufthansa group and a member of Star Alliance.
Here are some SWISS International Air Lines services like Baggage Fee and Policy, Carry-On Policy of Lap Infant, Stroller Gate Check Policy, Upgrade to Business Class, Infants and Children Policy, Physically Handicapped Policy, etc.
SWISS Air Lines Baggage Fee and Policy
01 Personal Item: FREE
01 Standard Carry-On bag: Free for economy passengers
02 Standard Carry-On bags: Free for business and first passengers
Size and Weight Restrictions
Personal: 40 x 30x 10 cm
Standard: 55 x 40 x 23 cm (8kg)
Carry-On Policy of Lap Infant
Approximately 10% of an adult fare Lap infants will be charged. Passengers can carry on certified baby food and car seat. Strollers are not permitted on board. You should book special baby food and baby bassinets (up to 2 years) , Swiss Airlines offered baby food and bassinets during long-haul flights.
Stroller Gate Check Policy
You can pay 10% of ticket fee, for an infant 1 piece of luggage weighing up to 23 kg plus a folding stroller.
SWISS Air Lines Upgrade to Business Class
If you want to Upgrade to Business Class you can purchase with any SWISS Economy fare on Swiss-operated flights(LX flight number). This policy is available on European flights, and you can select for each route.
SWISS Air Lines Rebooking and Refund Conditions for Upgrade to Business Class based on the paid economy fare. The economic fare must be rebooked in the same or a higher class. For SWISS Air Lines ticket cancellation, the terms of the refund of the paid economy are applicable to the entire ticket.
If a flight is canceled or missed due to a delayed connecting flight, in that condition SWISS Air Lines will rebook ticket on the next SWISS flight. If no Business class seat is available on the next SWISS flight, then SWISS will rebook your ticket in Economy class and refund of the Upgrade will be given.
SWISS Air Lines Infants and Children Policy
If your baby is less than a week old, SWISS requires a medical certificate stating that the baby is fit for a fly. The infant policy of SWISS Air Lines stated that children up to 2 years of age are an infant and they required a valid air ticket, but not their own seat.
Infant discount no longer applies, if a child has its second birthday before the return flight.
The infant ticket cost will be 10% of the standard price. During the flight, the infant will sit on the lap of an adult. Only one baby (up to 2 years of age) can be booked per adult.
There is a favorable child’s tariff for children aged between 2 and 11 years.
SWISS Air Lines Physically Handicapped Policy
Specially trained staff is at the service of a physically handicapped person or disabilities. SWISS Air Lines offer free transport vehicles and wheelchairs. A physically disabled person will report to the check-in counter 90 minutes before check-in time.
SWISS Airlines offer pre-boarding for a physical disable a person.
SWISS Air Lines Pet Policy
Depending on your destination, there are different rules and laws for flying with animals. So book your trip on a very timely basis, and present the original versions of your pet documents. They include import, export and transit papers and its health and immunization certificates. If an animal is not allowed to enter any country because he does not have the necessary vaccinations, the owner will have to pay for return flights.
Maximum two animals are permitted to take.
Transportation can be in the cabin and / or hold
Maximum two animals in the flight (dog or cat). An animal (dog or cat) in the cabin and an animal in the hold. Maximum two animals in the hold (in one or two approved transport containers)
Dogs and cats are allowed to travel only from the age of 12 weeks and above. The same rule applies to flights from the United States. For flights to the United States, travel age is allowed only for 16 weeks and more.