Wednesday, 12 April 2017

SWISS introduces state of the art technology Bombardier CS100 on Dublin route

                                                 
Image courtesy of Bombardier Aerospace 
Today Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) introduced the state of the art technology Bombardier C Series 100 on it's Geneva to Dublin route (SWR410/1) operated by HB-JBG c/n 5001 setting industry benchmarks in terms of comfort, operating economics and environmental terms.

By the end of 2018 SWISS’s Geneva-based fleet will consist solely of Bombardier C Series aircraft: one CS100 and seven CS300s superseding the seven Airbus A320s that are currently based there.

On 22 March Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) announced that is to convert five more Bombardier CSeries 100s to the larger CS300.

Bombardier's CS100 which is part-built in Belfast with design and manufacture of the advanced composite wings for the CS100 and CS300 commercial aircraft.

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