About Helvetic Airways
Helvetic Airways was founded in autumn 2003 as a rebranding of Odette Airways and an extension to the airline. It serves destinations in South-Eastern Europe. The first budget airline in Switzerland was established in November with a Fokker100 that flew to three destinations. The carrier introduced a new look to its aircraft in December 2006. All Fokker 100s now have red-white-silver gray livery with the Swiss cross at the tailfin. On February 18, 2013, eight men dressed in police uniforms and armed with automatic weapons seized 120 small parcels that contained an estimated $50,000,000 (PS32,000,000) of diamonds. The parcels were loaded with passengers who were preparing to depart for Zurich. Two vehicles were driven through the airport's perimeter fence, passing Flight LX789. It had been loaded with diamonds by a Brink's armored van. They were able to drive two vehicles through a hole they had cut in the airport's perimeter fence to Flight LX789, which had just been loaded with diamonds from an a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brink%27s" title="Brink's">Brink's armoured van. The last Helvetic Airways Fokker 100 was removed from the fleet on 14 June 2019. The carrier received its first Embraer E190E2 aircraft on 29 October 2019.
Helvetic Airways Reservations
Helvetic Airways Booking Numbers
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Helvetic Airways Classes
All the planes of the airline offer Economy Class and Business Class seating.
Helvetic Airways Facilities
IFE Services will provide entertainment services in flight for Helvetic Airways.
The content provider for in-flight entertainment content services will supply a selection TV programs to be displayed on the airline's overhead mainscreen systems. The shows will be available to passengers on flights to Greece and Egypt as well as the Canary Islands. IFE Services will also print safety cards for the fleet.
Helvetic Airways is based in Zurich, Switzerland. It offers charter and scheduled flights to 34 destinations across Europe and North Africa. Six Fokker 100s are part of the fleet and operate from the Zurich, Bern-Belp and Zurich airports
Helvetic Airways Popular Destinations And Hubs
Zurich Airport (ZRH)
Zurich Airport (ZRH), is a public airport located in Zurich, Switzerland. It has three runways that can accommodate more than 31 million passengers annually. It is located 13km north of central Zurich, in the municipalities Kloten, Winkel Opfikon Rumlang, Rumlang and Oberglatt, all of which are part of the canton of Zurich.
The airline currently schedules flights to 11 European destinations as of June 2021. Some of the most popular destinations are Calvi, Kuusamo and Calvi.
Helvetic Airways Check-In And Boarding Pass
Helvetic Airways allows passengers to do a web-check-in prior to departure within 24 hours. Helvetic Airways makes it easy to print your boarding card and e-ticket. You can locate your flight itinerary by using your Helvetic Airways ticket number or confirmation number. Your name will also appear on your eticket. The quickest and easiest way to check in for your Helvetic Airways flight is online.
Helvetic Airways Policies
Baggage Policy And Fees
Extra baggage will incur a charge of CHF 15 per kilogram. This information can be found in the general carriage conditions (GCC).You can increase your baggage allowance to save up to 65%
You can raise your baggage allowance by paying a flat fee from the standard 23 kg to 32 kg or 46kg.
The cost of an additional passenger or flight is CHF 80/CHF 150.
These restrictions do not apply to flights between/to Pristina and Skopje or Ohrid! Up to 24 hours before departure, you can request an increase in your baggage allowance online. Credit card payment is accepted.
If the baggage actually weighs less, costs cannot be refunded. At check-in, baggage must weigh in at least the allowance. If this happens, the excess baggage fee of CHF 15 per kilogram must be paid.
Helvetic Airways will not accept baggage weighing more than 32kg.
Safety and space considerations limit the right to transport animals (dogs, cats etc.) Only animals (dogs, cats, etc.) can be transported if they are registered and provided with confirmation of receipt. The animal must be kept in a safe and suitable container. Helvetic Airways will decide whether or not the animal can be transported.
Transporting animals inside the cabin:
Additional fees of CHF 80 per route for animals up to 7kg (including the transport container) will be charged. This fee must be paid at registration. A maximum of two animals per flight can be carried in the cabin. The dimensions of the transport container should not exceed 56x32x27cm. It must also be watertight, remain closed on the ground during flight and be placed under the front seat during landing and takeoff.
Refund And Cancellation Policy
Helvetic Airways' 24-hour cancellation policy allows passengers to cancel any flight they have booked with them within 24 hours. Helvetic Airways will give a full refund of the ticket price if the booking was made more than a week before the departure date for your Helvetic Airways flight.