Starting from October 29th, Swiss International Air Lines (a.k.a SWISS) will fly between Wrocław and Zurich three times a week.
The new route was announced earlier today via a press release on the airline's website, which cited business travel as the motivation behind the move:
"The Wroclaw region has seen substantial recent economic growth, and has been discovered not only by major banks, life science and electronics corporations but also by the many shared service centres which have made it their home. In offering its new thrice-weekly Zurich-Wroclaw flights, SWISS is responding to the air travel needs of the growing Swiss-Polish business community."
According to Gazeta Wrocławska, the flights will depart Wroclaw on Monday morning, Wednesday afternoon and Friday evening. The route will be served by Bombardier's CS100 aircraft.
As well as giving Wrocławians the chance to visit Switzerland's financial capital, the new route also allows Wrocławians to use SWISS's network (including Star-Alliance partners) to take connecting flights to far-flung locations.