Swiss to start CS100 flights to Belgrade


Swiss International Air Lines will deploy its brand new Bombardier C Series 100 aircraft on its flights from Zurich to Belgrade from mid-November. The 125-seat jet will be utilised on the route once per week, each Saturday morning, starting November 12. The new aircraft type applies the latest advances in engine, systems and materials technology and generates only half the noise level of its predecessor, the Avro RJ100. Belgrade Airport will become the first in the former Yugoslavia to handle the aircraft on a regular basis. Swiss is the launch customer of the CS100 which entered revenue service two weeks ago.


  1. Anonymous11:18

    This is pretty cool. I remember following the development of the c series and it seemed a neat little airliner!

  2. Nemjee12:18

    Would be interesting to know how its economics compare to the A319 since the seat difference is not as big, especially in JU's configuration.

  3. Anonymous08:13



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