Swiss International Air

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Mindpearl - Fleet - Historic Fleet
1950 acquired from Balair now on display in the Swiss Transport Museum in Lucerne Fokker VII b 1935 ... acquired from Ad Astra and Balair Dornier Merkur 1931 ... acquired ... The model at the Swiss Transport Museum never served in the Swissair fleet but it was bought in the 1960s by Swissair, restored to flying status and painted in Swissair colors ... de Havilland Mosquito 1945 ... was originally used as a Royal Air Force fighter aircraft in World War II, fell into Swiss hands Swiss government used it, sold it to Swissair in ...
List Of Hub Airports - Europe - Switzerland
... Zürich Airport Swiss International Air Lines EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg in Basel Swiss International Air Lines Geneva Cointrin International Airport Swiss International Air Lines Baboo Lugano Airport ...
Hamburg Airport - Airlines and Destinations
1 Aeroflot Moscow-Sheremetyevo 1 Aerosvit Airlines Kiev-Boryspil 1 Air Arabia Egypt Charter Hurghada 1 airBaltic Riga 1 Air Berlin Alicante, Arrecife, Düsseldorf, Fuerteventura, Hurghada, Las Palmas de ...
Mindpearl - Swissair Legacy
... In 2002 the successor airline Swiss International Air Lines was born ... First called Swiss Air Lines, this Company was based on the former Crossair, and was basically a merger of Crossair and former Swissair employees, routes and aircraft ... Due to legal problems with Swissair, the name had to be changed to Swiss International Air Lines Swiss took over 26 longhaul and 26 medium haul ...
Brussels Airport - Airlines and Destinations - Passenger
... Seasonal Corfu, Rhodes A Aer Lingus Cork, Dublin B Aeroflot Moscow-Sheremetyevo B Air Algérie Algiers Seasonal Oran B Air Arabia Maroc Casablanca, Nador, Tangier B Air Canada Montréal ...

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    “Which is more important to you, your field or your children?” the department head asked. She replied, “That’s like asking me if I could walk better if you amputated my right leg or my left leg.”
    —Anonymous Parent. As quoted in Women and the Work Family Dilemma, by Deborah J. Swiss and Judith P. Walker, ch. 2 (1993)