Swiss International Air Lines Resumes Operations of Entire Fleet

Swiss International Air Lines aircraft

Swiss International Air Lines has resumed operations of its entire fleet.

Due to the impact of the novel coronavirus, the airline had stored 25 aircraft in the Jordanian desert. On December 17, the final aircraft, an Airbus A320 with the registration HB-IJO, was transported from Amman to Zurich, and flights were resumed on December 19 with flight LC974 from Zurich to Berlin.

In collaboration with local maintenance, repair, and overhaul service providers, routine inspections were conducted on equipment, and functional checks of hydraulic systems and engines. The hot and dry climate of Jordan is considered suitable for the long-term storage of aircraft.


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