Swiss Airlines First Class Flight Reviews
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Luxury Travel Diary has flown with Swiss Airlines a number of times and has reviewed their long-haul flights in First Class. Trip reports can be found below.

Swiss is part of the Lufthansa group and has the reputation of being one of Europe’s best airlines, offering a great onboard product. The cabin design on Swiss is muted but sophisticated in grey and white, high-quality fabrics, and spotlessly clean. Swiss recently updated its First Class product on its Boeing 777-300ER; the seats, the cabin, the food, and the service. It now offers one of the best First Class products in the sky on its B777.

Pre-flight, if you fly out of Zurich Airport, you will be given access to the excellent Swiss First Lounge E In Zurich Airport, which is a great and natural feeling lounge with lots of woods and a relaxing vibe. The lounge only recently opened and offers an impressive eating area offering a la carte food (rather than a buffet) which was excellent and delivered fast. This lounge also has a wine and Champagne cellar, which you can choose from. Unusually, there is also a large outdoor terrace around the lounge ideal for watching the planes come and go. Binoculars were provided if you were interested.

Swiss airlines fall down slightly with its basic amenity kits in Business and First. No pajamas are provided in Swiss Business Class, but you get a pair of Zimmerli pajamas in First.

Even though Swiss may not have over-the-top things like year-round caviar, showers on planes, terminal-sized lounges, and direct boarding from the lounge, what it lacks there, it definitely gains from having more personable and genuine personable staff and superb Swiss food.

Below you will find our last flight reviews on Swiss in First Class – you can draw your own conclusions.

Flight Review: Swiss Airlines B777 First Class Zurich to Los Angeles

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In this trip report, we review our flight on Swiss Airlines Boeing 777-300ER in First Class from Zurich (ZRH) to Los Angeles (LAX). For this flight, I used Swiss First Lounge E, which is a great and natural feeling lounge with lots of woods and a relaxing vibe. The lounge only recently opened and felt immaculate. There were plenty of comfy seating areas, 2 showers, and an impressive eating area offering a la carte food (rather than a buffet) which was excellent and delivered fast. This lounge also has a wine and Champagne cellar, which you can choose from.

You can also read Swiss Airlines long-haul First Class reviews, our comparison of Swiss vs. Lufthansa in Business Class, plus we have investigated the top 10 best airlines for longhaul Business Class.

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