Edelweiss to massively expanding and adding Dubrovnik to its network

Airbus A320 Edelweiss Photo by Aero Icarus/Flickr

Edelweiss, Switzerland’s leading leisure travel airline, will increase its route network by more than 20% in 2018. This expansion will translate into eleven new holiday destinations. As well as long-haul destinations, such as Orlando, Denver and Varadero, the airline will fly to eight new dream destinations in the short- and medium-haul range.

By next summer, the Edelweiss route network will have increased from 51 to 62 holiday destinations, offering passengers an even greater choice of where to spend their dream holiday.

Edelweiss will expand its flight destinations in North America in 2018. Orlando will be the airline’s second destination in Florida and is a favourite for fans of theme parks and spectacular recreational activities. It can also easily be combined with Tampa Bay. The new Edelweiss destinations also include Denver, the gateway to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, and the beach holiday haven Varadero, in Cuba. Travel to Varadero can be ideally combined with Havana, the airline’s other destination in Cuba.

Edelweiss is increasing its short- and medium-haul travel destinations with flights to Dubrovnik in Croatia, Djerba in Tunisia, Paphos in Cyprus, Chania and Samos in Greece, Inverness in Scotland and Jerez de la Frontera in Spain.

— Edelweiss