Sat, 30 January 2016

Swiss Int. Air Lines Takes Delivery of First Boeing 777-300ER

Swiss International Air Lines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 777-300ER.

The latest addition to Swiss' fleet touched down in Zurich on Friday following a non-stop 4,545 nautical miles (8,418 kilometers) delivery flight from Boeing's Everett Delivery Center in Everett, WA, USA.

"The delivery of our first flagship marks a new era in Switzerland's aviation history," said Harry Hohmeister, CEO of Swiss. "As of today, our customers will enjoy a new dimension of air travel experience."

The 777-300ER is the new flagship of Swiss' long-haul fleet and is configured with 340 seats, 8 in First Class, 62 in Business Class and 270 in Economy, with wireless internet connectivity throughout.

Swiss' 777-300ER feature a totally redesigned cabin interior to enhance passenger comfort and will be initially deployed on the airline's service between Zurich-New York JFK.

In addition to this delivery, Swiss has eight unfilled 777-300ERs on order from Boeing.

Swiss is part of the Lufthansa Group, serving 104 destinations in 48 countries from the Swiss cities of Zurich and Geneva, carrying more than 16 million passengers a year with a fleet of 92 airplanes.

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