Lufthansa is close to placing an order for six Boeing 777-300ERs that will be allocated to its Swiss International Air Lines subsidiary, industry sources tells Aviation Week. The purchase, although relatively small, would be a major breakthrough for Boeing; Neither Swiss nor Lufthansa have operated a passenger variant of the 777, and sister carrier Austrian Airlines only acquired its four 777-200ERs when it bought Lauda Air. The 777-300ERs are to replace part of Swiss‘ current ...

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