Switzerland's revamped flag carrier, Swiss, plans to position itself as the leading premium airline in Europe, maintaining a largely unchanged long-haul network featuring superior inflight service. The ``new'' carrier--which is based on Crossair, formerly Swissair's regional subsidiary--received a SF2.7-billion ($1.6-billion) capital injection from the federal government, regional authorities and private investors. Swiss plans to retain a large long-haul route system centered on ...

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