Swiss, Boeing Announce Commitment for Six Boeing 777-300ERs

By Jesse Sokolow on 14 March 2013
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Business-class meal on Swiss

Business-class meal on Swiss

Swiss International Air Lines announced a commitment for six Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.  Swiss is part of the Lufthansa Group, which selected the aircraft as part of a renewal of its long-haul fleet of aircraft.

The aircraft are valued are $1.9 billion.  Boeing and Swiss will be working together to finalize the details of the commitment

The Boeing 777-300ER can seat up to 386 passengers in a three-class configuration.  It is the largest long-range twin-engine commercial airliner in the world, with a range of 7,825 miles (14,490 km).

Swiss currently serves 69 destinations in 37 countries around the world from its hubs in Zurich, Basel, and Geneva.  The airline’s fleet consists of more than 90 aircraft.

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