Swiss International Airlines customers can now enjoy free internet access to, chat services like WhatsApp on all long-haul flights. This service was started on 2 August. “The new facility will be available across all classes of travel, throughout the flight and without any data limit. Passengers wishing to use Internet functions such as surfing, email or social media can choose from two optional additional packages that are available from CHF 25, Swiss Airlines said in a statement.
Swiss International Air Lines on Wednesday announced free unlimited internet on-board facility for its long-distance passengers. “Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) will provide all its long-haul flights with a new free internet service enabling the use of chat apps from 2 August 2023. The new facility will allow passengers to send and receive freebies across all classes of travel. Text and picture messages via their smartphone, laptop or tablet during their flight.
This feature will give access to all the most popular chat and messenger services like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Telegram. “Swiss travellers will be able to access the internet to surf, send and receive email or visit social media platforms by choosing one of two complementary internet packages: ‘Wi-Fi 4 hours’, which is available for four hours for CHF Provides round the clock access. 25, or CHF 35 for ‘Wi-Fi Premium’, which provides such access throughout the flight. First class passengers and members of the Honorable Circle enjoy unlimited internet access at all times,” the statement said.
“By offering these new Wi-Fi options, we are taking a big step forward,” said Tamur Goudarzi Pour, Swiss Chief Commercial Officer. With our new unlimited free chat feature across all our travel categories, our guests can stay in touch with their families can stay.” friends and business partners during their flight.” He added, “Our exciting new packages also offer unlimited data volumes for surfing, email and social media. So our customers now have even more choice of how they want to stay in unlimited touch with the world while on our long-haul flights.”