1 Unilateral agreements, with the right to sell only for S7 Airlines flights. S7 Airlines` Interline partners are listed below. Thanks to these partnerships, you can travel to New York, Singapore, Hanoi, London, Zurich, Geneva, Madrid or any other destination. One part of the line is operated by S7 and the other part by a partner airline. A ticket for the entire trip can be purchased at any S7 sales office or on the S7 Airlines website. In general, these flights are cheaper than the purchase of two separate tickets for a particular trip because of the special fares between airlines. Prorate Special Agreements offer S7 passengers the unique opportunity to travel around the world at surprisingly attractive prices, provided exclusively by their partners. In addition, Swiss Air Vistara-Flieger`s premium service connects Delhi and Mumbai to destinations around the world. Swiss was founded after the bankruptcy of Swissair, the former Swiss airline, in 2002. 40% of Crossair`s revenues came from Swissair.  The new airline lost $1.6 billion between 2002 and 2005. Swissair`s main creditors, Credit Suisse and UBS, sold part of Swissair`s assets to Crossair, the regional equivalent of Swissair.
At the time, Swissair and Crossair were part of the same holding company, SAirGroup. Crossair then changed its name to Swiss International Air Lines and the new national airline officially began operations on 31 March 2002. The airline was initially owned by institutional investors (61.3%), by the Swiss Confederation (20.3%), by cantons and municipalities (12.2%), and by others (6.2%). Swiss also has Swiss Sun subsidiaries (100%) Crossair Europe (99.9%). The company employs a total of 7,383 people.  Swiss International Air Lines is operationally headquartered at EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg near Basel, Switzerland.  The French-Swiss airport is located on French territory and has duty-free access to Switzerland.  The Swiss head office is located in the Swiss part of the airport and is only accessible from Switzerland.  According to the trade register, the legal headquarters is in Basel itself.  On 18 August 2011, Swiss introduced a new company logo that resembled the Swissair logo that no longer exists.  Travelling with S7 has become even more comfortable.