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Operator index for Switzerland
Last updated: 8 March 2011
A list of aircraft operators that have that have suffered an accident, serious incident or hijacking. The list may also contain defunct airlines or airlines that in the meantime have changed their name or have merged.

Airlines:
ASL Airlines Switzerland (named Farnair until 2015)
Avisto (became a brokerage company only)
Balair (merged with CTA into BalairCTA)
Belair Airlines (577)
Cat Aviation
Crossair (initially named Business Flyers Basle; named Crossair in 1978; became Swiss International Air Lines in 2002)
Darwin Airline (rebranded as Etihad Regional in 2014)
Eagle Air Ltd. Aircharter + Taxi
easyJet Switzerland
Edelweiss Air
Etihad Regional
Farnair Switzerland (rebranded as ASL Airlines Switzerland, 2015)
Fred-Air
G5 Executive
Globe Air
Helvetic Airways
Jet Aviation
Ju-Air
Laret Aviation
PrivatAir
SA de Transport Aérien - SATA
SkyWork Airlines
Swiss European Air Lines (rebranded to Swiss Global Air Lines; 2015)
Swiss Global Air Lines (formerly Swiss European Air Lines)
Swiss International Air Lines (initially named Business Flyers Basle; named Crossair in 1978; became Swiss International Air Lines in 2002)
Swiss Private Aviation
Swissair
Transair SA
Vodavia
Zimex Aviation

Corporations:
Fidinam Fiduciara
Trans Commerce Leasing

Flying schools, Aeroclubs, Paraclubs:
Anuschka Club International