Darwin Airline is a Swiss regional airline that was founded in 2003. The airline is headquartered in Lugano, Switzerland, and operates its main bases at Lugano Airport and Geneva International Airport. Darwin Airline provides regularly scheduled and seasonal service to more than 15 destinations in Europe, including Switzerland, Italy, France and Spain. In early 2011, Darwin Airline took over the Swiss regional airline Baboo.
Darwin Airline provides two classes of service on its flights.
Premium Economy passengers enjoy lounge access, seats at the front of the aircraft and, depending on the time of day and duration of the flight, complimentary snack and beverage service. Passengers traveling in Premium Economy also enjoy an additional baggage allowance and more flexibility to change their tickets.
Economy Class passengers enjoy complimentary snack and beverage service, depending on the time of day and duration of the flight.
Depending on the departure time and the length of the flight, complimentary snack and beverage service may be provided to all passengers. Offerings vary week to week.
Darwin Airline's fleet includes the following aircraft types:
Darwin Airlines has codeshare agreements with the following airlines:
Darwin Airline has a non-traditional frequent flyer program for passengers traveling between Lugano and Rome. By saving your boarding passes for trips between Lugano and Rome, you will earn points. Each leg is worth one point, and once you reach a total of 10 points, you will earn the right to a free leg between Lugano and Rome.
Darwin Airline would like to follow up the Rome frequent flyer program with initiatives for those passengers flying to Geneva.