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|Founded|| 3rd March 1919|
(as Imperial Cygnian Airways)
|Commenced operations|| December 1919 (Domestic)|
September 1923 (International)
|Hubs|| Augusta International Airport|
Changi International Airport
Ellory I International Airport
Theodora International Airport
|Secondary hubs|| Adelaide International Airport|
Esperance International Airport
Jayakarta International Airport
New Amsterdam International Airport
|Frequent-flyer program||SwanWings Frequent Flyer|
|Airport lounge|| SwanWings Silver Lounge|
SwanWings Gold Lounge
SwanWings Platinum Lounge
|Company slogan|| The Spirit of Cygnia (Main)|
Taking you Places (Secondary)
|Headquarters|| Colburn, Swanstone,|
|Key people|| Richard Parkes (Chairman)|
Oliver St Clair (CEO)
|Revenue||▲ CY§17.3 billion (2016)|
|Operating income||▲ CY§1.2 billion (2016)|
|Total assets||▲ CY§20.6 billion (2016)|
|Total equity||▲ CY§3.45 billion (2016)|
SwanWings Airlines Limited (CSX: SWW) is the flag carrier airline of Cygnia and its largest airline by fleet size, international flights and international destinations. It is the oldest operating airline in the world, having been founded in March 1919 as the state enterprise Imperial Cygnian Airways; it began international passenger flights in September 1923 with a connection to [insert city here].
The airline is based in the Swanstone suburb of Colburn with its main hub at Ellory I Swanstone International Airport. SwanWings has a 65% share of the Cygnian domestic market and carries 14.9% of all passengers travelling in and out of Cygnia. Its subsidiary SwanWings Regional provide services within Cygnia, flying under the SwanWings brand. SwanWings also owns the low-cost airline Skyrise, which operates both domestic and international services, and holds stakes in a number of its sister airlines.
Following partial privatisation in 1932, the airline was reorganised and renationalised as Cygnian National Airlines during the Hellerist era. It continued to operate during the Great Australian War, but performed poorly due to Cygnia's failing economy. 1945 saw the return of the old government to power, and a swift recovery brought the airline, reconstituted again as SwanWings, back from the brink of folding. It was once again partially privatised; the Imperial Government still holds 42% of shares in the company, managed through the Imperial Secretariat of Civil Aviation. SwanWings is credited with a major milestone in reconciliation between Cygnia and Australie when it announced that it would for the first time fly to New Amsterdam and New Utrecht, the former of which now serves as a secondary hub for the airline.
As of 2016, the mainline SwanWings fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|1st class||Business||Prem Econ||Economy||Total|
|DMR-15-200||18||—||—||36||—||199||235||International to be refurbished|
|More to come|