Airline NewsMiscellaneous SpottingSpotting News First Swiss CSeries painted by Matt Falcus June 10, 2015 written by Matt Falcus June 10, 2015 Ahead of its appearance at the Paris Air Salon, the first Bombardier CSeries aircraft has been painted in the colours of a customer airline. The aircraft, CS100 C-GWXZ, now wears the full colours of Swiss European Airlines. bombardiercseriesphotoswiss 1 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Matt Falcus previous post Alitalia unveils its new livery next post Tunisair’s first Airbus A330 delivered You may also like Birds eye view of Stansted during Covid-19 outbreak April 2, 2020 4 Ways Coronavirus Will Change Plane Spotting April 2, 2020 The hottest airline liveries right now March 31, 2020 Qantas Retires 747 Fleet March 29, 2020 Grounded Airliners at Frankfurt Airport March 28, 2020 Victorville becomes temporary home for hundreds of grounded... March 27, 2020 Resources for Plane Spotting from Home March 24, 2020 Farnborough Air Show 2020 Cancelled March 21, 2020 Singapore Airlines Retiring Boeing 777-200ER in April March 21, 2020 Which Airliners Have the Longest Range? March 19, 2020 1 comment Cole Parsons June 13, 2015 - 1:01 am Why does the glass on the cockpit look cracked? It should be brand new, right? Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.