Lufthansa Group subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has taken delivery of the first of nine Boeing 777-300ERs  in Zurich. By August, six 777s should be in service, with three more expected by 2018. The aircraft will be used to replace some of the carrier’s 15 Airbus A340-300s. Outgoing SWISS CEO Harry Hohmeister told ATW, “During 2016, we will decide the future for the remaining A340-300s. [We will decide] if we will renovate some aircraft, because they are ...

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