Swiss International Air Lines said it will place the first Bombardier CSeries into revenue service in the middle of 2016 and also announced it is converting 10 of its 30 CSeries orders from the CS100 to the larger CS300. Swiss plans to take delivery of 10 CS100s in 2016 and will then take delivery of 10 CS300s in 2017. It will decide by the end of 2016 on the model breakdown for the 10 CSeries aircraft slated to be delivered to Swiss in 2018. The details were provided Monday by Swiss and ...

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