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Swiss

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) serves 100 destinations in 44 countries all over the world) from its Zurich and Geneva hubs with a fleet of 94 aircraft.

As the airline of Switzerland, SWISS is a byword for traditional Swiss values. True to its roots, the company is dedicated to providing the highest possible quality in all its products and services. With its manageable medium size, SWISS is also optimally equipped to remain as close as possible to its customers and meet their individual needs. SWISS is committed on various fronts to the careful and sustainable use of natural resources, and regards a responsible attitude to the environment as an integral part of its corporate culture. As part of the Lufthansa Group and a member of Star Alliance, SWISS remains faithful to its mission of providing quality air services that link Switzerland with Europe and the world.

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Facts & Figures

Apr 2006 Joined Star Alliance

108 Airports Served

400 Daily Departures

90 Aircraft

Thomas Klühr Chief Executive Officer

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Thomas Klühr, who was born in 1962, has been Chief Executive Officer of Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. (SWISS) since February 2016.

It was with Lufthansa, whom he joined in 1990, that Thomas Klühr embarked on his professional career. He went on to hold various positions in the company, including Head of Planning & Reporting within Sales Controlling and later Head of Controlling at Lufthansa Passenger Airlines.

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Full Facts & Figures

Joined Star Alliance Apr 2006
Airports Served 108
Daily Departures 400
Aircraft 90
Frequent Flyer Programme Miles & More
Passengers Annually 16.9 m
Countries Served 43
Hub Airport(s) Zurich and Geneva
Revenue Passenger KM 39.1 bn
Sales Revenue (in US$) 5.0 BUSD
Employees 8,834
Aircraft Types A340-300, A330-300, A321, A320, A319, Avro RJ100, B777-300ER, Bombardier C Series
Updated As Of APR 2018