Swiss International Air Lines
Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is the national airline of Switzerland. It serves 104 destinations in 48 countries all over the world from Zurich, Basel and Geneva. With a fleet of 91 aircraft, SWISS transports in the region of 16 million passengers every year.
Swiss WorldCargo offers a comprehensive airport-to-airport service for high-quality goods and intensive-care freight to some 120 destinations in more than 80 countries.
As the national airline, SWISS stands for Switzerland's traditional values and is committed to the highest standards of product and service quality. In 2013, SWISS had a total revenue of CHF 5.17 billion with 8250 members of staff.
SWISS is part of the Lufthansa Group and a member of the Star Alliance, the world's biggest airline network.
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Swiss Global Air Lines
SWISS Global Air Lines is a 100% subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines. Its fleet of 18 AVRO RJ 100 aircraft flies to 30 destinations across Europe. The Avros RJ100 are soon to be replaced by the modern type Bombardier CSeries 100/300. From January 2016, Swiss Global Air Lines will also be serving various long-haul destinations in the current SWISS route network with six Boeing 777-300ER.
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Our sign is a promise
SWISS is the national airline of Switzerland. Its origins commit it to the highest product and service quality. And because its size is manageable, SWISS is able to be closer to its guests and provide them with more individual care.