The Swiss Times - Swiss News in English

Zurich Airport Provides Assistance for Limited Mobility

The Zurich Airport is taking over responsibility for providing assistance to passengers with reduced mobility from 2025. This service is free of charge and is funded by a solidarity contribution of one Swiss franc per passenger within the airport fees. Around 120 employees of the company Goldair AAS Assistance, who have been providing the service until now, will be taken over by the airport. This will enable the service to be better managed and optimally integrated with other services at Zurich Airport Kloten. It is estimated that around a quarter of a million people will need to be assisted due to reduced mobility this year, which is approximately one percent of all passengers. People with disabilities or those who are limited in their mobility due to age are entitled to this service.nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

©Keystone/SDA

Most Read

Delivery Services in Switzerland Have New Competition

22 February 2024
Delivery service
An Austrian company opens it's first online supermarket outside the country. Targeting the greater Zurich area.

Murder in Frauenfeld: Trial for the Murder of an Egyptian

22 February 2024
Murder in Frauenfeld
Two men face murder charges over the 2007 killing of a 27-year-old Egyptian, whose body was discovered submerged in Barchetsee.

Swiss Semi-Conductor Government Initiative: Will it Work?

23 February 2024
Swiss semiconductor
SwissChips Initiative represents Switzerland's strategic move to bolster its semiconductor industry amidst global competition.

Swiss CEO Vranckx Moves to the Lufthansa Executive Board

23 February 2024
Swiss CEO
Swiss CEO Dieter Vranckx moves to Lufthansa as Chief Commercial Officer, after leading Swiss through challenging times.

Stay in Touch!

Noteworthy

Swiss biotech
Swiss Biotech Firm Idorsia: Stock Soars – but Why?
26 February 2024
Decathlon
Decathlon Opens 5 more Stores in Switzerland
26 February 2024