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SWISS likely to be split into two units

Swiss International Air Lines, popularly known as SWISS, is likely to be split into two units.

Deutsche Lufthansa AG, the owner of the airline, recently said that it will be forming two companies to operate SWISS flights.

According to the airline, one company will be formed to operate SWISS flights on long-haul routes, while the other company will be formed to handle the European traffic.

SWISS’ new short-haul business is expected to be located outside Switzerland in a European Union country. 

Susanne Muehlemann, a spokeswoman for SWISS, however said that any concrete decision is yet to be arrived at and declined to disclose further details.

SWISS recently said that it will be providing iPads to its 650 maîtres de cabine or cabin crew members starting from June this year. By distributing the iPads the airline wants to ensure that the duties and tasks of its cabin services directors before, during and after the flight is simplified to a great extent.

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