Book business class flights to Switzerland with Fly World Class for a luxurious flight to a spectacular European destination and one of the world’s richest countries. Swiss adventures are not in short supply, between the Alpine peaks, the iconic Matterhorn, numerous outdoor excursions enjoyed by nature enthusiasts, and the Glacier Express, which travels between Zermatt and St. Moritz. The multi-day tour of the Matterhorn is just one of many reasons world travelers board first class to Sweden. Visitors don’t want to miss the revolving gondola that climbs Mt. Titlis or the world’s steepest cog railway, which climbs Alpnachstad. Swiss delights are attractions in themselves, including world-class muesli and chocolates, warm fondue, and fresh-made cheeses. Regional dishes are heavily influenced by France, Italy, and Germany, making sampling of delectable regional foods another huge draw. Heidi’s Village, the town which inspired Johanna Spyri to write the much-loved classic about the spunky orphan girl and her grandfather, is a favorite among tourists.
Countless visitors who travel to Switzerland land at Zurich Airport (ZRH), where one of the most important European cultural history art museums is located. The Swiss National Museum, built in 1898, was designed by architect Gustav Gull. The building is frequently described as fairy-tale-like. Visitors are encouraged to book the exhibition tour to experience ancient times, the Middle Ages, and other periods up to the 20th century. There are impressive collections of panel paintings, carved alters, and liturgical wooden sculptures as well as historic examples of gothic art and chivalry.
Many world travelers who arrive on first class flights to Switzerland visit Zurich’s Fraumünster, which means “Women’s Church.” The name refers to the abbey founded there in 853 for European aristocrats. The founder was Emperor Ludwig. Remains of the 9th-century abbey church crypt can be observed in the church’s undercroft. Stained glass in the church, though much more modern, is just as much enjoyed by visitors as the early century attraction. In 1970, brilliantly colored stained-glass windows were created that added to the already popular 1940s stained glass window called Heavenly Paradise created by Augusto Giacometti.
Many visitors to Switzerland land at Geneva’s Geneve-Cointrin Airport (GVA). The cosmopolitan city that is located near the French border is where the Red Cross was founded in 1865. There are numerous attractions that draw huge crowds every year, including the Temple de Saint-Pierre. The Romanesque cathedral dates back to 1150, and John Calvin preached sermons there between 1536 and 1564. At the center of Geneva’s Old Town, not far from above-mentioned cathedral, is Place du Bourg-de-Four, which is possibly the city’s oldest square. Among the attractions there is an 18th-century fountain.
Book your business class flights to Switzerland with our friendly travel experts at Fly World Class for a relaxed flight that is both pampered and luxurious. You will arrive ready to enjoy world-class Swiss delights, whether you arrive at Zurich Airport (ZRH), Geneva’s Geneve-Cointrin Airport (GVA), or any of the other airfields in Switzerland.