Swiss International Air Lines has ordered two additional Boeing 777-300ERs to take its long-haul fleet to a total of 31 aircraft.
The aircraft are expected to go into operation in early 2020 and will be used to extend the route network.
Swiss already operates ten Boeing 777-300ERs.
A decision will be made on the routes to be served by the two new aircraft within the next year.
Following the commissioning of the two new aircraft, the Swiss long-haul fleet will comprise a total of 12 Boeing 777-300ERs, five Airbus A340-300s and 14 Airbus A330-300s.
Swiss International Air Lines serves over 100 destinations in 43 countries worldwide from Zurich and Geneva and carrying some 17 million passengers a year with its 90-aircraft fleet. Swiss is part of the Lufthansa Group, and is also a member of Star Alliance, the world’s biggest airline grouping.
Copyright Photo: Swiss International Air Lines Boeing 777-3DE ER HB-JNF (msn 44587) MIA (Bruce Drum). Image: 104596.
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