Swiss International Air Lines Airport ticket Office in Sydney, Australia 4


Swiss International Air Lines:
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Swiss International Air Lines was founded on 2002 as Swiss Air Lines Ltd which has operational headquarters at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg near Basel, Switzerland.

 

 

Swiss International Air Lines Sydney Airport ticket Office Office Address:
New South Wales, 2000 Australia, Sydney, Australia

Swiss International Air Lines Reservation office telephone contact numbers:
Email:
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Working hours
Mon-Fri 09:00-12:30 / 13:30-17:00

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Swiss International Air Lines Official website: https://www.swiss.com

Swiss International Air Lines Online Check-in: www.swiss.com/online check-in

Note: Swiss International Air Lines Online Check in begins 23 hours before departure.

Check your Swiss International Air Lines flight status here: www.swiss.com/flightstatus

Swiss International Air Lines baggage services telephone contact numbers:
+61 13 00 72 46 66

For Swiss International Air Lines baggage inquiries : Swiss International Air Lines baggage inquiries

Swiss International Air Lines Baggage lost and found:Baggage lost and found – Swiss International Air Lines

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Types of Planes / Air craft available with Swiss International Air Lines

Total fleet: 80

  • Airbus A319-100
  • Airbus A320-200
  • Airbus A320neo
  • Airbus A321-100
  • Airbus A321-200
  • Airbus A321neo
  • Airbus A330-300
  • Airbus A340-300
  • Boeing 777-300ER
  • Avro RJ100
  • Bombardier CS100
  • Bombardier CS300
Queries handled by Swiss International Air Lines Customer care:
Flight Ticket Booking, Ticket Ticket Cancellation, Flight Ticket Rescheduling, Ok to Board, Visa Services, Online Check-in, Baggage Allowance, Duty Free Allowance, Flight Information, Airport Lounges, Visa Information, In-Flight Meals, Airport Transfers, Missing Luggage, Immigration Services, Valet Parking, Meet and Greet, Flight Wifi, Airport Wifi, In-Flight Entertainment, Airport Facilities, Delayed Flights, Visa on Arrival, First Class, Business Class, Economy Class, Miles & More.

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4 thoughts on “Swiss International Air Lines Airport ticket Office in Sydney, Australia

  • Andrew Williams

    Hello Swiss Air Customer Service People,

    By now, my guess is that the expected survey asking me to tell you about my flight from Brisbane to Valencia on September 11 th won’t be arriving in my in-box. So please allow me to share this with you first.

    At best it was a disappointment compounded by a comedy of assumptions that cost me time and money, damaged my property and led to adverse health outcomes.

    At Brisbane check-in, I was offered the emergency aisle seat with extra leg room on the second flight from Singapore to Zurich. On boarding the aircraft in Singapore this promised extra leg room did not happen. Instead it was replaced by the most uncomfortable seating configuration that I have ever experienced on a commercial flight. It was a starboard window seat positioned midway between window columns – particularly troublesome to sit still or sleep on as any cushioning falls backwards to the seat behind. To compound the problem, the support assembly for the seats in front rises from the floor in the middle of the window seat’s foot space. As you probably already know it is not small. There was no sleeping amid this juxtaposition.

    On reaching Zurich airport during the morning rush there were substantial queues for additional security clearance and despite my best efforts there was little chance of making the very hopeful 40 minute transit. As a result I missed the connecting flight. The next available flight was about 5 hours later however due to fatigue and distress I was unable to board again as I fell asleep shortly after getting to the departure gate. I have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Although this label does not change my life so much, it does limit my resilience and prolong recovery times. This was one such moment.

    Thank you for getting me on the next available flight to Valencia the following day. To make the journey even more memorable, when I collected my suitcase at Valencia I noticed that it had been ‘crunched’ by what appears to be a considerable prejudice. An interesting coincidence – the first time in over 30 years of air travel – although I am not so surprised as it had been off-loaded twice.
    ( see pictures )

    This may seem amusing. I could certainly see the funny side of it but fail to see how I am at fault here beyond being a Swiss customer.

    I wonder what you might have to say about all this.

    Yours sincerely,
    Andrew Williams
    attachments : E-ticket, pictures, msdd.

    I despair with this as the Swiss International Airlines complaints website does not work .

  • Phil McInerney

    Hello,
    I have a booking with you (BYJABY – Melbourne-Hong Kong-Zurich-Madrid 19/20 May 2019). I have a good opinion of your efficiency, but I expect to travel with hold luggage, and I note that there is only 30 minutes between my ETA Zurich and my ETD to Madrid. I hope to proceed from Madrid to Pamplona on the day of arrival. Can you be confident my baggage and I will make the connection? If not, please put me on a later flight ex-Zurich, or let me know if I will have to rely on cabin baggage. A friend has advised me she had one-hour transit, but had to rush to catch her flight, then wait another day for her baggage.

  • Jenny Doreian

    Dear Swiss International,

    I will be in Bern staying with a friend in September.
    We will be flying to Budapest on the 4th September 2019 and returning to Zurich 10 September 2019

    Could you please tell me how I will receive my tickets/boarding pass for the flight?

    Will you send them to me via Email? If so how many days/hours before our flight?

    I may not have international roaming on my phone.
    Or do we pick them up at Zurich airport?

    I am not sure if my Son nominated an email ticket print when he did it.
    I suspect that he did, so I will ask him. He is in Budapest for his wedding at present. This is why I am going to Budapest.

    I am just checking to confirm.
    Thank you so much.

    Kindest regards,
    Jennifer (Jenny) Doreian

    • Marek Zbigniew

      I think SwissAirLines is either completely crazy or you’ve always been idiots but nobody knew about this before coronavirus.
      Because if you can’t provide transportation with other airlines and instead of giving people money so they can get home quickly, you offer virtual flights until August and some ridiculous discount of CHF 50.
      I was been had a return flight from Sydney to Madrid on 10.12.20 but by phone to Swiss office in Sydney +61 1300290365 in day 18.03.20 I changed it to fly in day 22.04.20 for which you charged 390 EURO (744 AUD.)
      So why did you change the date when it was known that you couldn’t fly from Australia to Madrid and you still charged a fee for changing the date of departure that doesn’t exist.
      I want you to give me back all the money I paid for the return ticket 421,80 EURO and of the change booking 390 EURO
      To transfer on my credit card Mastercard BANKIA
      MAREK ZBIGNIEW MLODZIEJEWSKI 5122990771872425
      because it is legal return money and SwissAir are just thieves.
      NAME E-TICKET SERVICES PRICE IN EUR
      Marek Zbigniew Mlodziejewski
      7242318761039-040
      Fare 205,00
      International Surcharge 446,00
      Airport taxes 187,63
      SWISS Service Fee 5,00
      Grand total
      EUR 843,63