Swiss International Air Lines announced that it will expand its long-haul fleet with the lease of two Lufthansa A330-200s starting with the winter timetable. Configured with 229 seats, the aircraft will replace a leased A300-600R from Hapag Lloyd. Swiss will take delivery of the first A330 in mid-November and operate it to Malabo/Douala/Yaounde and Nairobi/Dar-es-Salaam. The second aircraft will arrive in December and add capacity on existing routes to the Americas, the Middle East and ...

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