Evert van de Beekstraat 1
Phone: +31 (0)85 303 0255
Management: Paul Brenkman & Peter van Oijen
Head of reservations: Paul Brenkman & Peter van Oijen
Netherlands is home to variety of attractions, including entertainment meccas, water parks, ski resorts, galleries, zoos, and smaller urban areas. Amsterdam is the capital city and the most crowded region of the Netherlands. Its status as the capital is declared by the Constitution of the Netherlands, however Hague, is the seat of the administration.
Breitenfurter Str. 111/113,
Telephone: +43 1 802 7777
Management: Reinhard Körösszegi
Head of Reservations: Katharina Monsberger
Considered as the smallest country in Europe, Austria is prevalently a country of upland regions and high mountains, with the Eastern Alps possessing a decent 60 percent of its area. Vienna is known for its high quality of life. In 2018, it was positioned number 1 in the quality of life survey held by human-resource-consulting firm Mercer.
Schwechat Intl. Airport (IATA: VIE), in German, is the primary and biggest international air terminal in Austria, situated in Schwechat, 18 km southeast of its capital, Vienna. It serves Vienna and numerous Austrian urban areas, just as being a remarkable passage for some neighbor nations, for example, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
Telephone: +41 435 080 751
Management: Nikola Andjelkovic
Head of reservations: Nikola Andjelkovic
Switzerland, formally the Swiss Confederation, is a nation located in western, and southern Europe. It comprises of 26 regions, and the city of Bern is the seat of the government authorities. Fearless and prosperous, Zurich is the city of perfection. Located in the north-central Switzerland, Zurich is the capital of Canton of Zurich.
Zurich Airport (IATA: ZRH), officially known as the Zurich Kloten Airport (IATA: ZRH), is the biggest international air terminal of Switzerland and the vital center of Swiss International Air Lines. It serves Zürich, Switzerland’s biggest city. The air terminal is found 13 kilometers north of focal Zürich, in the districts of Kloten, Rümlang, Oberglatt, Winkel, and Opfikon, which are all inside the province of Zürich