SWISS to offer tomato juice on European flights longer than 50 minutes

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SWISS is to offer tomato juice in Economy Class on its European services departing from Zurich from 1 August. The airline will also be serving Swiss culinary specialities in all classes of travel on 1 August, Switzerland’s National Day.

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is to modify its in-flight drinks offerings to include tomato juice in Economy Class on all European services of 50 minutes flying time or more, with effect from 1 August. Tomato juice is currently only available in Economy Class within Europe on selected longer flights and in Business Class on all services. The change on the flights departing from Zurich is being made in view of the high popularity of tomato juice on board, and in response to numerous customer requests.

Swiss specialities on 1 August

On 1 August, Switzerland’s National Day, SWISS will also be serving various local specialities on board in all seating classes on flights departing from Zurich. The Airline of Switzerland’s Economy Class guests on European flights will be offered “Weggen” rolls instead of the usual croissants. On long-haul services Economy Class customers will enjoy full special meals that range from “Züri-Gschnätzlets mit Rösti” (thin-sliced veal in a mushroom sauce, served with hash browns) to “Älpler” macaroni, accompanied by ebly (wheatberry) salad and rounded off with Toblerone chocolate mousse.

Business Class travellers on selected European flights will also enjoy Züri-Gschnätzlets mit Rösti, Älpler macaroni or a traditional cold platter, with a dessert of Toblerone chocolate mousse. And on long-haul services Business and First Class guests will be offered, in addition to the regular menu, an Obwalden alpine herb sausage with onion sauce, hash browns and green beans, along with selected Ticino cheeses and a dessert of a Toblerone chocolate mousse or parfait.

Zurich Airport, 30 July 2018

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