VIENNA—Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) will rename its Bombardier CS100/300 aircraft as Airbus A220-100/300s later this year. In 2016, the Lufthansa Group subsidiary became the first operator of C Series aircraft. Two years later, Airbus took majority control of the Bombardier program and renamed the aircraft as the A220. Applying the new designation is not a simple task, SWISS CEO Thomas Klühr told Aviation Daily in Zurich, and requires intensive paperwork. ...

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