Renowned for its punctuality and quality of service, Swiss International Air Lines is optimising its business model to meet the changing demands of its home nation. Airliner World’s Craig West travelled to Zurich to find out how.

At a time when consolidation is rife and the low-cost carrier is king, very few of Europe’s traditional legacy airlines continue to fulfil their role as a national flag carrier.

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