(Video) Behind the scenes: The first Boeing 777-300ER SWISS
On 29 January 2016, Swiss International Air Lines will receive the first aircraft Boeing 777-300ER (HB-JNA). This is part of an order of 9 triple seven aircraft, which will replace the current Airbus A340 aircraft. New airplanes Boeing 777-300ER will be operated by Swiss Global Air Lines, a subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines.
Ivan Szabo, Entry-Into-Service Program Manager, shows us how to build one Boeing 777-300ER SWISS
Starting with 8 February, B77W will operate commercial flights on European routes, between Zurich and Geneva, Barcelona, Frankfurt, London-Heathrow and Hanover, to familiarize the crew.
According airlineroute.net, SWISS will operate long-haul flights with Boeing 777-300ER between Zurich and New York JFK (from 21 February to 2016), Montreal (from MARCH to MARCH 27), Hong Kong (from 10 April to 2016), Los Angeles (from 9 June to 2016), San Francisco (SFO) (from 30 August to 2016).
Boeing 777-300ER SWISS is configured in 3 classes and can carry up to 340 passengers: 8 seats in First Class, 62 seats in Business Class and 270 seats in Economy Class.