Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) expects to operate between six and nine Bombardier CS100 jets by the end of 2016, outgoing CEO Harry Hohmeister told ATW. “The aircraft is certificated. During our last meeting, Bombardier said they are very committed to deliver the first aircraft to SWISS during the summer,” said Hohmeister, who has moved to Lufthansa’s head office in Frankfurt to lead the commercial management of the group’s hubs and premium airlines Lufthansa, ...

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