Swiss Airline is one of the top most airlines in all over Europe. It serves around 200 destinations. Main flights are operated from its main hub Zurich and the regional airports of Basel and Geneva. Numerous international and European destinations are covered by it. It has been awarded Europe's best airline for two consecutive years by research organization Skytrax. It is national air carrier of Switzerland and founded in year 2002. Its fleet size is 45 and is famous for big investment that was made into comfortable seat design in every class. If you are considering taking a trip across the Europe then choosing Swiss International Airline for travel will be a best option and you will feel a life time experience.
Swiss International Airlines was formed after the bankruptcy of Swissair in the year 2002, which was the former flag carrier of Switzerland. Swiss International Airlines was formed from the remains of Crossair, the regional counterpart to transatlantic Swissair. After turmoil of ups and downs, Swiss recovered its losses in 2006 and on July 1st, 2007, Lufthansa Group's took over Swiss. On April 1st, 2006, Swiss International Airlines joined Star Alliance and became a member of Lufthansa's Miles and More frequent program. Swiss acquired Edelweiss Air and Servair, in the year 2008.
Swiss Flight Status
In keeping with their commitment to timeliness, Swiss informs its travellers regarding any changes in flight timing via SMS to provide a seamless and pleasant experience to all their passengers. Travellers can also check the flight status of their Swiss flights on MakeMyTrip. Travelers can check their Swiss Airline flight schedule here.Check Status
Swiss International Airlines has a varied fleet which comprises of 89 aircrafts till date, with an average age of 10.6 years. Out of them, 27 aircrafts are used for long haul routes, 55 for medium and short haul routes, and 7 operate on wet lease. There are 7 different kinds of aircrafts in Swiss International Airlines fleet: 7 Airbus A319-100, 21 Airbus A320-200, 6 Airbus A321-100, 1 Airbus A321-200, 4 Airbus A330-200, 10 Airbus A330-300, 15 Airbus A340-300, 20 Avro RJ100, 1 Boeing 737-800 and 6 Fokker 100 aircrafts.