Boeing 787-9 aircraft replaces Airbus A330 on daily route starting March 25
Etihad Airways flies Dreamliner to second Swiss city on Geneva service
Etihad Airways started operating the Boeing Dreamliner on its Geneva route, the second Swiss city served with the 787-9 after Zurich.
Starting in the summer schedule, the Dreamliner is replacing the Airbus A330 aircraft on Geneva flights starting March 25, Etihad said in an emailed statement. The aircraft replacement will also see a revised mid-morning return service to improve connectivity to a wider network of destinations across Asia and Australia, including Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
Etihad earlier announced a codeshare agreement with Swiss International Airlines on flights connecting Geneva with Zurich and Zurich with Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi carrier currently has a fleet of 19 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners operating from Abu Dhabi to 18 destinations globally, including Amman, Amsterdam, Beijing, Beirut, Brisbane, Düsseldorf, Geneva, Madrid, Melbourne, Nagoya, Perth, Riyadh, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Washington and Zurich.