Swiss International Air Lines (Swiss) has painted its first Bombardier CSeries CS300 aircraft in a special livery designed by Romand artist Mathias Forbach, also known as Fichtre. The intention of the livery is to express Swiss’ commitment to Swiss Romandy, the French-speaking part of western Switzerland, and its airport, Geneva Cointrin, where the aircraft will be based. The CS300 will wear the livery for twelve months.
The first Swiss Bombardier CSeries CS300 in special Romandy livery. (Photo: Swiss)
The Swiss CS300 has 145 seats, 20 more than the CS100. By the end of 2018, the Swiss short-haul fleet in Geneva will consist exclusively of CSeries airplanes: one CS100 and seven CS300s, replacing seven Airbus A320-family aircraft currently stationed at Cointrin Airport.