Swiss International Air Lines has converted another five Bombardier CS100 orders to the larger CS300, a switch the airline had long considered.
The airline states that its decision means it will have a fleet of 20 CS300s and 10 CS100s.
Swiss has received six CS100s, according to Flight Fleets Analyzer.
Parent company Lufthansa Group had originally ordered 30 CS100s, but 10 were converted in 2015 and another five last year, when the carrier indicated that it would probably convert five more.
Source: Cirium Dashboard