Swiss (LX, Zurich) has announced it will transition its entire Geneva base operation over to the C-Series beginning this month with a single CS100.
According to a press release, the aircraft will commence operations out the French-Swiss city on March 26 with flights to London Heathrow, Dublin Int'l, and Athens Int'l. The carrier's maiden CS300, due in May, will also be based out of Geneva.
Eventually, the Lufthansa Group's entire Geneva operation will be turned over to the C-Series once ...
Swiss (LX, Zurich) has confirmed it will indeed convert to CS300s, five more CS100s it has on order from Bombardier (BBA, Montréal Trudeau). In a statement to ch-aviation, airline spokesman Stefan Vasic said that with the revision, the Lufthansa Group unit's CSeries order book with the Canadian manufacturer would constitute ten CS100s and twenty CS300s by the end of 2018.
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