Lufthansa Group subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) has ordered a tenth Boeing 777-300ER, to be delivered in 2018, the carrier announced Oct. 7. The aircraft will be used to replace some of the carrier’s Airbus A340-300s. The Switzerland flag carrier—which will transfer four of nine A340-300s to its leisure subsidiary Edelweiss Air by 2018—will keep five A340s in the SWISS fleet. The aircraft are to be provided with a new cabin product, including inflight ...

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