Class rating 7.5
- Boarding 5.5
- Seat for sitting 7.7
- Seat for sleeping 0.0
- Service 9.5
- Entertainment 1.2
- Food & drink 7.7
- Punctuality 7.0
- Baggage 4.8
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
On flights within Europe, the middle seat remains unoccupied in the business section, making a 2-2 layout. All business class seats have their own phone, as well as power and network connections for laptops.
Service includes a selection of newspapers and breakfast, lunch or dinner (depending on duration of flight). There is a wide selection of beverages, including champagne.
Business customers also get a 30kg luggage allowance and separate check-in plus access to Star Alliance and Swiss lounges. They receive double points on Swiss's Miles & More scheme.
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This was an onward connection in Geneva from London City to Moscow Domodedovo. I had arrived late into Geneva, and had been met at the gate by an agent to advise of my new departure gate and that my checked luggage would be taken care of - and that I should avail myself of a drink in the lounge as I had a short time until boarding. I walked up to the Swiss business... more
This was the first sector of a flight from LCY to Moscow Domodedevo via Geneva. Arrived at the airport with a bit of time to spare and dropped my bag off at check in and was through security in a matter of minutes. One thing I like about LCY is that although security may not be the most friendly they are generally ruthlessly efficient and it doesn't usually take long... more