Swiss to deploy CS300 to Pristina


Swiss International Air Lines is scheduled to operate its brand new Bombardier CS300 aircraft on flights between Geneva and Pristina starting June 14. The carrier will take delivery of the aircraft, which is to be based in Switzerland's second largest city, during the month of May. Pristina will become the first in the former Yugoslavia to see scheduled CS300 operations. The Swiss CS300 will feature a total of 145 seats. The smaller CS100 variant is already utilised on some flights to the former Yugoslavia


  1. Anonymous11:14

    Great news for Pristina with brand new CS300!
    Congrats Pristina!

  2. That's really exciting. I look forward to flying CS300 to GVA.

    However, LX currently operates this route with A320 twice weekly, so the number of seats on offer is going down.

  3. Anonymous16:56



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