Star Alliance member Aegean Airlines has launched an expanded schedule which includes 29 new scheduled international routes from a total of 12 Greek and Cypriot airports, eight of which Aegean uses as bases.

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I spent a night in the Lenkerhof alpine resort in late January 2012, when the local countryside was covered in several feet of snow. Rarely have I eaten so well and enjoyed so much the ambience of a hotel and its surroundings.

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Switzerland’s Jungfrau Railway and its high-altitude terminus station, Jungfraujoch, celebrated their 100th birthday on August 1. To celebrate the centenary, 48 flares were lit on the north walls of the Eiger and the Mönch showing the route of the historic railway through the two mountains.

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Until recently, West Zurich only had one hotel of note, the Novotel. But the development of the district into a commercial hub has prompted construction of several other large hotels. These include the business-oriented Renaissance Zurich Tower Hotel, which opened in August 2011.

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Swiss International Air Lines is set to complete a re-branding exercise. This is meant not only to emphasize its close association with Switzerland and the country’s core national values, but also to remove any lingering impressions of Swiss cliché associated with the branding of predecessor national carrier Swissair.

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People’s Vienna Line is due to begin operations on March 28, 2011, offering three-times-daily service on weekdays and one round-trip each day on weekends between St.Gallen-Altenrhein Airport in Switzerland and Vienna International Airport.

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Orascom Development Holding AG has held a ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction of the Andermatt Swiss Alps resort, which Orascom says will be the first integrated holiday resort in the Alps.

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