Company Overview of Swiss International Air Lines AG
Swiss International Air Lines AG operates an airline in Switzerland. It offers passenger air transportation services; and a range of airport-to-airport airfreight services for high-value and care-intensive consignments to various destinations worldwide. It assists passengers with arrival and departure, check-in information, and baggage services; and provides access to car rentals and hotel bookings. Swiss International Air Lines AG was formerly known as Crossair Ltd. and changed its name to Swiss International Air Lines AG in July 2002. The company was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Basel, Switzerland. As of June 3, 2005, Swiss International Air Lines AG operates as a subsidiary of ...
Founded in 1975
Key Executives for Swiss International Air Lines AG
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Management Board
Chief Operating Officer and Member of Management Board
Chief Commercial Officer and Member of Management Board
Chief Information Officer, Head of Information Technology and Executive Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Swiss International Air Lines AG Key Developments
Swiss International Air Lines AG Appoints Ulrik Svensson to the Board of Directors
Feb 14 17
Swiss International Air Lines AG announced that Ulrik Svensson, Chief Financial Officer of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the company. Ulrik Svensson, who is 55, was appointed to the Board of Directors of Swiss International Air Lines AG (SWISS). He is Chief Financial Officer of Deutsche Lufthansa AG since 1 January 2017.
Jeppesen Agrees New Three-Year Service Contract with Swiss International Air Lines, Ltd
Jan 18 17
Jeppesen has agreed to a new three-year service contract with Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. Through the agreement, Swiss will integrate Jeppesen Crew Tracking into their operations to optimize crew planning and recover from disruptions to planned crew schedules. Jeppesen Crew Tracking is a component of a family of crew management solutions that optimize operations and increase efficiency for airlines. The data analytics-driven tool employs modeling and simulation to reveal insights that lead to better decision-making and actions. This provides airlines with the ability to detect, resolve, and follow-up on changes to originally published crew plans. The system supports an on-demand approach to issues management, with an alert monitor feature that warns of problems that need to be addressed. To complement the Crew Tracking solution, Swiss will also enhance its crew management capabilities through the use of the crew communication tool Jeppesen Crew Access. This allows crew to easily check-in/check-out and view relevant roster and itinerary elements.
Boeing Receives a New Order for One 777-300ER from Swiss International Air Lines
Oct 26 16
Boeing has announced that Swiss International Air Lines has a new order for one 777-300ER, or Extended Range, valued at $339.6 million at list prices. The Swiss airline had previously ordered nine 777s and taken delivery of six this year as it continues to establish the 777-300ER.
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