Swiss International Air Lines

Swiss International Air Lines

Swiss International Air Lines

Following the bankruptcy of Swissair in 2001, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) was formed from the expansion of Swissair subsidiary Crossair. Now the national airline of Switzerland, Swiss is a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group with hubs in Zurich and Geneva. Swiss WorldCargo is the airfreight division of SWISS, established in 2002. A member of the Star Alliance, the carrier operates a domestic and regional network within Switzerland and Europe as well as international services to Asia, North America and Africa. Swiss previously owned a subsidiary unit, Swiss Global Air Lines, which later merged into the parent in Apr-2018. Swiss International Airlines is also the launch customer for the Bombardier CS100 aircraft, rebranded as Airbus A220-100.

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