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SWISS Converts Up to 10 Bombardier CSeries CS100s Into CS300sLufthansa subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS)—which will take delivery of its first Bombardier CSeries 100 at the end of June—will convert five of its 20 CS100 orders into CS300s. (atwonline.com) More...
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@ rapidwolve : You are certainly referring to the 2 A-318's which BA is operating on Business Flights between LCY and NYC ...
Yes..Club World London City...thanks for pointing it out....thats what happens when u have fat fingers and dont proofread..they are A318's
Ouu this has to give Airbus a few thoughts to ponder..."The SWISS CSeries 300 configuration is expected to have 145 seats, which comes close to the capacity of the Airbus A319 (138 seats). “The A319 will have no future in the SWISS fleet,” Klühr said."
What happened with the CRJ1000 is that still on the table?
The CRJ Series is still being produced as it's a true regional jet...The C-Series is a medium haul jet
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