Due to Covid-19 many airlines and airports have been effected, the traffic has mostly decreased and spotting got more and more difficult. Luckily, here in Switzerland some movements are still happening and I was lucky enough to get a tour over the apron with a spotting moment meters away from the departing runways.
The first picture here is a SWISS A320 departing. SWISS has his biggest HUB in Zurich.
Icelandair serves Zurich-Keflavik daily with the beautiful B757-200. The 757 is able to take-off on the shortest runway in Zurich and always uses the entire runway all the way down. Here a nice rotation towards the freezing Iceland.
The SWISS flagship is the B777-300 and it serves a handful routes all around the globe in America, Africa and Asia. With an extremely loud roaring and the wingspan almost over my head HB-JNA is departing out of Zurich.
Thai is serving Zurich-Bangkok daily and with one of the most beautiful liveries out there.
The A330 is the second biggest aircraft in the fleet of SWISS and is serving intercontinental routes together with the B777. The 330 does not only serve intercontinental routes, it also flies routes with a high demand such as holidays to summer destinations within Europe. Edelweiss is a daughter company of SWISS and the low-cost carrier. The A330 is mostly serving intercontinental holiday routes.