Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is targeting a 25% savings on unit costs with its Bombardier CSeries 100/300 aircraft, CEO Thomas Klühr told ATW on board the first passenger flight of the SWISS CS100 on July 6. SWISS took delivery of its first CS100 on June 29. The Lufthansa subsidiary originally ordered 20 CS100s and 10 CS300s, plus 30 options, but then converted five 100s to the 300 variant. “Everything we have experienced so far with our test flights have fully lived up ...

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