Swiss European Air Lines
|Frequent-flyer program||Miles & More|
|Parent company||Swiss International Air Lines|
|Key people||Andreas Thurnheer|
Swiss European Air Lines Ltd. or Swiss European Air Lines AG is a subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines, operating as the latter on some of its short haul routes. Swiss International Air Lines, also known as SWISS, is the successor of Swissair, following that company's grounding in 2001. Like its parent, Swiss European is part of the Star Alliance. It has its headquarters on the grounds of Zurich Airport in Kloten.
The Swiss European Air Lines fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of March 2013):
|Avro RJ100||20||—||97||To be replaced by: Bombardier CS100|
||Replacing: Avro RJ100|
The average age of the Swiss European Air Lines fleet is 12 years (as of January 2010). Lufthansa have firmed up an order for 60 Bombardier C-Series. 30 Firm order and 30 options. These planes were ordered to replace the 20 Avro RJ100s Swiss European Air Lines operates today.
- "Swiss European Air Lines Facts and Figures". Swiss International Air Lines. Retrieved 29 September 2009. "Headquarters Swiss European Air Lines AG Postfach CH-8058 Zurich Airport Switzerland"
- "Kloten - Ortspläne Schweiz". ortsplan.ch. Retrieved 2 October 2009..
- Swiss European Air Lines Fleet Swiss Aircraft Registry
- "Swiss European Airlines". airfleets.net. Retrieved 6 October 2010.
- "Lufthansa board approves order for 30 CSeries aircraft". flightglobal.com. 11/03/09. Retrieved 6 October 2010.