Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS)—which will take delivery of its first Bombardier CSeries 100 at the end of June—is making preparations for entry-into-service (EIS) of the new generation aircraft. The first commercial flight will be July 15 on the Zurich-Paris Charles de Gaulle route. The Lufthansa subsidiary has 20 CS100s and 10 CS300s on order, plus 30 options. It expects to have nine aircraft in the fleet by year-end. Next deliveries are scheduled for one aircraft per ...

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