SWISS Orders 10th Boeing B777-300ER

| October 26, 2016

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Swiss International Airlines and Boeing have confirmed a new deal for one additional Boeing B777-300ER (Extended Range) aircraft at a list price of $339.6 million. The airline has previously ordered nine of the aircraft type and has already received six of the aircraft this year. The Boeing B777-300ER is, according to Boeing, “the most fuel and cost-efficient airplane in its class as well as the most reliable twin-aisle aircraft in the world. It also had the highest cargo capability of any passenger airplane.”

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