Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) phased out its last Avro RJ100 with a special flight from Geneva to Zurich Aug. 15. SWISS is replacing the Avros with Bombardier CSeries 100/300 aircraft. SWISS currently has eight CS100s and two CS300s in service. By the end of 2018, SWISS will add another 20 CSeries aircraft to its fleet. The four-engine narrowbody Avro RJ100 and its smaller RJ85 variant formed the backbone of the SWISS European fleet since the company was founded in 2002. ...

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