Swiss Airlines. Reviews and planes

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Swiss International Air Lines is the airline company that carries out the flights under Swiss brand – it is the major air carrier of Switzerland. The home port is the airport in Zurich.

Swiss was founded in 2002 after the failure of national airline company Swiss Air and is the subsidiary company of Lufthansa.

The route network numbers over 110 directions in 48 countries of the world, the flights are carried out from the airports of Zurich, Geneva and Basel.

Swiss airlines are a part of major Star Alliance.

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Company ratings and achievements

4-Star-Airline_150 4-STAR airline by SKYTRAX, represents good quality of services.
SKYTRAX is a United Kingdom-based consultancy, which runs in 1999 the leading international Airline Rating system classifying airlines by the Quality of front-line product and staff service standards.
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"Swiss Airlines" takes 35 place in "AIRLINE SAFETY RATING 2017" by JACDEC.
Jacdec (from 1989) has become a global source for professional and accurate aviation safety information for the benefit of companies, aviation professionals and individual travellers.
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Swiss planes

As of September 14, 2017 "Swiss Airlines" operates a mainline fleet of 75 airplanes, 6 more are ordered. The average age of planes is 10.9 years.

The oldest aircraft is Airbus A321-100, with reg.number HB-IOC. It is 22.7 years old. The newest one is Bombardier BD-500 CSeries CS300, with reg.number HB-JCE. It is - 0.0 years old

The fleet consists of Airbus and British Aerospace aircrafts. Since 2016 will be supplied Boeing 777-300ER.

Swiss’s fleet. Photos and planes seat maps

Airbus A319-100 – 5 aircrafts
HB-IPT-Swissair-Airbus-A319-100
  • The newest one – HB-IPT - 20.0 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-IPV - 21.6 years

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Airbus A319-100 +

Airbus A320-200 – 21 aircraft
Airbus-A320-214
  • The newest one – HB-JLT - 4.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-IJB - 22.3 years

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Airbus A320-200 +

Airbus A321-100 – 6 aircrafts
A321-111
  • The newest one – HB-IOL - 17.8 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-IOC - 22.7 years

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Airbus A321-100 +

Airbus A321-200 – 3 aircrafts
A321-212
  • The newest one – HB-IOO - 1.6 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-IOM - 6.8 years

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Airbus A321-200 +

Airbus A330-300 – 14 planes
A330-343
  • The newest one – HB-JHN - 4.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-JHA - 8.5 years

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Airbus A330-300 +

Airbus A340-300 – 7 aircrafts
Airbus-A340-313
  • The newest one – HB-JMI - 13.4 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-JMA - 14.3 years

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Airbus A340-300 +

Boeing 777-300 – 8 aircrafts
Swiss Boeing 777-300
  • The newest one – HB-JNH - 0.5 years
  • The oldest aircraft – HB-JNA - 1.8 years

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Boeing 777-300 +

British Aerospace Avro RJ100 –
BAE-Systems-Avro-146-RJ100
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  • The oldest aircraft –

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Bombardier BD-500 CSeries CS100 –
Swiss Bombardier Cseries CS100-500
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Official website – www.swiss.com