SWISS is the airline that connects Switzerland to the rest of the world. SWISS' commitment to top-class Swiss events and Swiss sport provides a wide array of opportunities for presenting SWISS as Switzerland's host and for providing the ideal level support for athletes as their expert travel partner with top-class service.
The battle over one hundredth of a second is all about performance and perfection. Sporting events such as the Weltklasse Zürich athletics meeting and the International Lauberhorn Races in the Bernese Oberland bring the world to Switzerland – and bring Switzerland to the world. Just like SWISS.
On the journey to becoming an adult with the ability to fulfil their personal potential, a child needs a healthy home and a strong education. This belief is what inspires SWISS to support SOS Kinderdorf (SOS Children's Villages).
SWISS has been supporting Switzerland's largest winter sports event since 2012. As a business partner to the International Lauberhorn Races, SWISS plays an important role during the official ceremonies, looking after guests in the SWISS Lounge on the finishing line.
As Switzerland's national airline, SWISS not only supports the International Lauberhorn Races, it also works with Swiss-Ski, accompanying the Swiss ski team on their trips to world cup events and FIS races outside of Switzerland.
SWISS also supports passengers in their winter sports activities: skis and snowboards travel for free on all flights operated by SWISS.
Weltklasse Zürich, the most famous of the 14 annual Diamond League meetings, brings together the world's best athletes. Over 17 million viewers tune in live from across the world to watch the final results. They join SWISS, one of the partners of this unique event.
SWISS is the official airline to the Swiss athletics association. With such action-packed agendas, the Swiss team are particularly grateful for the top care and little added touches provided by SWISS.
SWISS supports SOS Kinderdorf by providing project flights and running joint communication and fundraising campaigns with passengers on board SWISS flights. Many employees also offer additional support by voluntarily donating money from their salary. This adds up to over CHF 250,000 per year.
Over 500 children's villages in over 130 different countries support disadvantaged people. Thousands of children in need of support find a new family, get the chance to go to school, receive vocational training and are carefully guided down the path to independence. This support helps local and regional communities.
Maya Dhal arrived at the SOS children's village in Bhubaneswar as an orphan.
Here she found a new family, had access to a school education and even managed to study for a degree. These days she helps to manage a hotel and conference centre after beating 800 other applicants to the job.