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Published on : Monday, June 29, 2015
The Swiss airline, created after Germany’s Lufthansa bought the former Swissair, returns to Algeria after a 20-year absence and will operate three Algiers-Geneva flights a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Swiss, Lorenzo Stoll, one of his company’s objectives in resuming its services to Algeria is to meet not only the demand of the Algerian community in Switzerland, whose number is quite important, but also that of the Swiss people wishing to travel to Algeria.
“We decided to open this service since we witnessed a hole in our destinations,” added the official who noted that the leaders of the airline company realized the importance of opening a service to Algiers to be one of the gateways into Africa.
Swiss Ambassador in Algeria Muriel Berset Kohen said the inauguration of the flight would help to increase and facilitate the flow of people between the two countries, especially for businessmen.
The Chairman of the Algerian-Swiss Chamber of Industry, Allain Rolland, stressed the importance of economic relations between Algeria and Switzerland, adding that the new service would help promote them further.