Most of grounded Swiss A220 fleet resumes flying after checks

AFP

2019/10/17 | 269 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT

Switzerland's main airline said that it expected more than half its fleet of Airbus A220s to resume flying on Wednesday after checks proved their engines were in "perfect condition."The announcement came after Swiss urgently grounded its entire fleet of A220s, which counted 29 aircraft, on Tuesday after one of the planes experienced technical problems.Seventeen of the "aircraft have already been inspected. The engines are in perfect condition, so that 12 aircraft have returned to regular fli...(…)

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