Switzerland's flag carrier SWISS will spend up to SFR6 billion ($6.4 billion) over the next two years to increase capacity, with a significant proportion of that in Asia. Following its upgraded order for nine Boeing 777-300ERs in May this year, it will replace its aging Airbus A340-300s on several Asian direct routes with the new aircraft. The first to see the B777 upgrades will be its Zurich-Hong Kong and Zurich-Bangkok schedules. Both routes will see a significant capacity boost ...

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