REUTERS Swiss International Air Lines AG (SWISS) will double the frequency of flights between Kyiv and Zurich, making them daily. Read alsoWizz Air announces five new routes from Kyiv The changes will take effect from March 31, the start of the 2019 summer schedule, according to avianews.com. In particular, additional flights will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, according to information provided by the airline in the global booking system. The flights will be carried out by Bombardier CS300 aircraft (new name of Airbus A220-300). SWISS, part of the Lufthansa Group, resumed flights to Kyiv on March 26, 2018, after a four-year break. Now the airline perform flights from Zurich to the Boryspil International Airport four times a week. As UNIAN reported earlier, another company from the Lufthansa Group, Brussels Airlines, resumed direct flights between Kyiv and Brussels.