Niche airline set to take flight from Bristol Airport in December

Powdair Aircraft

A brand new airline that connect eight British airports with Swiss ski resorts is set to have its inaugural Bristol flight on December 14th this year.

Powdair’s aim is to cut out the transfers that have caused problems for winter sports enthusiasts from the UK provide direct flights to Sion, Switzerland – the heart of skiing in the region.

Winter resorts such as Verbier, Crans Montana, Anzere, Nendaz, Thyon and Portes du Soleil are just a few of the locations on offer and with bespoke packages available, Powdair are making steps to separate themselves from the competition.

Zoë Ombler, Head of Commercial for powdair said: “It’s not every day that we get to launch an airline and especially one that opens up a completely new route into an airport that is so close to some of the world’s best ski resorts.

“The response we have already seen on social media shows the kind of interest people have in the area and regular, scheduled flights into Sion are long overdue.

“Every winter sports enthusiast knows about the sheer quality of ski resorts in the Valais region and we are proud to be able to help our customers reach those resorts faster than any other available option.”

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