By public transport
The Swiss will spoil you with fantastic transportation - swift, disturbingly punctual trains, clean buses, and a half dozen different kinds of mountain transport systems, integrated into a coherent system. The discount options and variety of tickets can be bewildering, from half fare cards to multi-day, multi-use tickets good for buses, boats, trains, and even bike rentals. In general there's at least one train or bus per hour on every route, on many routes trains and buses are running every 30 min, but as with everything in Switzerland the transit runs less often, or at least for a shorter period of the day, on Sundays. Authoritative information, routes, and schedules can be found at (http://www.rail.ch), or from a ticket window in any train station.
The following carriers offer domestic flights within Switzerland:
SWISS (http://www.swiss.com) Basel/Mulhouse (EuroAirport Swiss, Geneva Geneve-Cointrin Airport, Lugano Airport, Zurich Airport)
Darwin Airlines (http://www.darwinairline.com) Berne (Belp Airport, Geneva Geneve-Cointrin Airport, Lugano Airport)
FlyBaboo website (http://www.flybaboo.com) Geneva (Geneve-Cointrin Airport, Lugano Airport)
But in almost every case you will be better off taking the train.
Besides the main types of transportation, the adventurous person can see Switzerland by in-line skating. There are three routes, measuring a combined 600-plus kilometers designed specifically for in-line skating throughout the country. They are the Rhine route, the Rhone route, and the Mittelland route. These are also scenic tours. Most of the routes are flat, with slight ascents and descents. The Mittelland route runs from Zurich airport to Neuenburg in the northwest; the Rhine route runs from Bad Ragaz to Schaffhausen in the northeastern section of the country. Finally, the Rhone route extends from Brig to Geneva. This is a great way to see both the country-side and cityscapes of this beautiful nation.