Helvetic Airways is a Swiss airline.
Established in 2003, the entirely Swiss airline offers European destinations in the short and medium-haul sectors and operates from Zurich and Bern-Belp airports.
In the summer of 2019, a Fokker 100 painted with the Helvetic Airways logo made its final voyage. And that same year the first of 12 new Embraer E2 aircraft on order was delivered. The plane has room for 110 passengers and offers impressively low fuel consumption. Our passengers will enjoy traveling in a spacious, bright cabin. This coupled with unrivaled onboard service guarantees an unforgettable flying experience. The Embraer E190-E2s will replace the current E1 fleet, giving Helvetic Airways one of the most modern and environmentally friendly fleets for the short to medium-haul segment within Europe.
In the summer of 2020, Helvetic Airways announced that it would be changing its order of the 12 Embraer 190-E2 for four larger Embraer E195-E2s. These aircraft offer a good balance of seating capacity, range, fuel consumption and environmentally friendly operation. With a capacity of 120 to 150 passengers, the aircraft has virtually no competition in the medium-haul segment. By operating a uniform fleet with varying seating capacities, Helvetic Airways will be able to continue expanding the flexibility of its operations and its autonomy as a company.