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HUNGARY-AIRPORT/
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August 18, 2022 
Swissair's aircraft is parked on the tarmac at Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Budapest, Hungary,... 
Budapest, Hungary 
Swissair's aircraft is parked on the tarmac at Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Budapest 
Swissair's aircraft is parked on the tarmac at Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Budapest, Hungary, August 18, 2022. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo 
FRANCE-TRANSPORT/
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December 13, 2016 
Vapour trails from a Swissair plane are seen in the sky over the ski resort of Val d'Isere, France, December... 
Val D'isere, France 
Contrails from a Swissair plane are seen in the sky over the ski resort of Val d'Isere 
Vapour trails from a Swissair plane are seen in the sky over the ski resort of Val d'Isere, France, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann 
SOCCER-FIFA/ARRESTS
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June 16, 2015 
An Airbus A340 aircraft of Swissair takes off from the runway in front of the expulsion prison next to... 
Kloten, Switzerland 
Swissair plane takes off in front of expulsion prison next to Zurich airport in Kloten 
An Airbus A340 aircraft of Swissair takes off from the runway in front of the expulsion prison next to Zurich airport in Kloten in the Canton of Zurich, Switzerland June 13, 2015. Picture taken June 13. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
HSBC-TAX/APOLOGY
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February 15, 2015 
A Swiss International aircraft flies past the HSBC headquarters building in the Canary Wharf financial... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Swiss International aircraft flies past the HSBC headquarters building in the Canary Wharf financial... 
A Swiss International aircraft flies past the HSBC headquarters building in the Canary Wharf financial district in east London February 15, 2015. HSBC apologised to customers and investors on Sunday for past practices at its Swiss private bank after allegations that it helped hundreds of clients to dodge taxes. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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January 18, 2015 
Members of the Swiss aerobatic team Patrouille Swiss fly in formation with a Swiss Airbus A 320 over... 
Wengen, Switzerland 
Members of the Swiss aerobatic team Patrouille Swiss fly in formation with a Swiss Airbus A 320 in Wengen... 
Members of the Swiss aerobatic team Patrouille Swiss fly in formation with a Swiss Airbus A 320 over the men's Alpine Skiing World Cup downhill in Wengen January 18, 2015. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING TRANSPORT)
ALPINE-SKIING/MEN
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January 16, 2015 
Members of the Swiss aerobatic team Patrouille Swiss fly in formation with a Swiss Airbus A 320 over... 
Wengen, Switzerland 
Members of the Swiss aerobatic team Patrouille Swiss fly in formation with a Swiss Airbus A 320 over... 
Members of the Swiss aerobatic team Patrouille Swiss fly in formation with a Swiss Airbus A 320 over the men's Alpine Skiing World Cup Super Combined in Wengen January 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SPORT SKIING TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 04, 2014 
A Swiss aircraft is seen at Cointrin airport on the border with France (front) and Switzerland in Ferney... 
FERNEY VOLTAIRE, France 
A Swiss aircraft is pictured at Cointrin airport on the border with France and Switzerland in Ferney... 
A Swiss aircraft is seen at Cointrin airport on the border with France (front) and Switzerland in Ferney Voltaire near Geneva April 28, 2014. Switzerland will vote on November 30 on an initiative from the group Ecopop which proposes a cap on the number of immigrants. The group says it is motivated by concerns about a lack of living space exerting too much pressure on the land and natural resources, rather than by opposition to foreigners. It proposes limiting immigration to just 0.2 percent of the resident population, equivalent to 16,000 people per year. This would represent a cut of more than 75 percent in annual net immigration from current levels. In Switzerland's system of direct democracy, any voter can trigger a referendum by collecting 100,000 signatures within 18 months. Picture taken April 28, 2014. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS LOGO SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ELECTIONS POLITICS)

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BRITAIN
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November 25, 2012 
A British Airways jet approaches Heathrow Airport past a Swissair jet on the tarmac in London November... 
London, United Kingdom 
A British Airways jet approaches Heathrow Airport past a Swissair jet on the tarmac in London 
A British Airways jet approaches Heathrow Airport past a Swissair jet on the tarmac in London November 25, 2012. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
SWITZERLAND/
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March 20, 2012 
A Swiss airline plane prepares to land at Cointrin airport in Geneva March 20, 2012. The International... 
Geneva, Switzerland 
A Swiss airline plane prepares to land at Cointrin airport in Geneva 
A Swiss airline plane prepares to land at Cointrin airport in Geneva March 20, 2012. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) will release its updated industry financial forecast on March 20, 2012. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
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September 29, 2011 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport September 29, 2011. On October 2, 2001 Switzerland's flag carrier ceased all operations after its banks pulled the plug on the cash-strapped airline. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
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September 29, 2011 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport September 29, 2011. On October 2, 2001 Switzerland's flag carrier ceased all operations after its banks pulled the plug on the cash-strapped airline. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
SWITZERLAND/
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September 29, 2011 
Trolleys, bags and other items of the former Swissair airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Trolleys, bags and other items of the former Swissair airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport... 
Trolleys, bags and other items of the former Swissair airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport September 29, 2011. On October 2, 2001 Switzerland's flag carrier ceased all operations after its banks pulled the plug on the cash-strapped airline. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
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September 29, 2011 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered... 
An ashtray with a scale model of a Swissair plane and other items of the former Swiss airline are offered during a sale at Zurich airport September 29, 2011. On October 2, 2001 Switzerland's flag carrier ceased all operations after its banks pulled the plug on the cash-strapped airline. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
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April 18, 2010 
Cows graze in a field in front of a Swiss International Airlines plane parked on the tarmac at Zurich... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Cows graze in a field in front of a Swiss International Airlines plane parked on the tarmac at Zurich... 
Cows graze in a field in front of a Swiss International Airlines plane parked on the tarmac at Zurich airport in Kloten April 18, 2010. Switzerland's airports remain closed over the weekend due to the ash cloud caused by an Icelandic volcano that turned northern Europe into a no-fly zone. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
SWITZERLAND/
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October 30, 2008 
A Swiss airlines employee removes the snow from a plane after the first snow falls at Zurich airport... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
A Swiss airlines employee removes the snow from a plane after the first snow falls at Zurich airport 
A Swiss airlines employee removes the snow from a plane after the first snow falls at Zurich airport in Kloten October 30, 2008. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
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October 20, 2008 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair takes off at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair takes off at Zurich airport 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair takes off at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
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October 20, 2008 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
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October 20, 2008 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
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October 20, 2008 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stands at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stands at Zurich airport 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stands at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
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October 20, 2008 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport 
Aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair stand at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
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October 20, 2008 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair taxis to take off at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair taxis to take off at Zurich airport 
An aircraft of Swiss flag carrier Swissair taxis to take off at Zurich airport October 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND) 
CANADA/
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September 02, 2008 
Flowers are placed during the 10th anniversary memorial service for the Swissair Flight 111 crash in... 
Bayswater, Canada 
Flowers are placed during the anniversary memorial service for the Swissair Flight 111 crash in Bayswater... 
Flowers are placed during the 10th anniversary memorial service for the Swissair Flight 111 crash in Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. All 229 people onboard the MD-11 aircraft perished after the aircraft crashed in the ocean near the memorial site. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
CANADA/
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September 02, 2008 
A harp is played during the 10th anniversary memorial service for the Swissair Flight 111 air crash in... 
Bayswater, Canada 
A harp is played during the anniversary memorial service for the Swissair Flight 111 air crash in Bayswater... 
A harp is played during the 10th anniversary memorial service for the Swissair Flight 111 air crash in Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. All 229 people onboard the MD-11 aircraft perished after the aircraft crashed in the ocean near the memorial site. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
CANADA/
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September 02, 2008 
Family members of the Swissair Flight 111 air crash grieve during the 10th anniversary memorial service... 
Bayswater, Canada 
Family members of the Swissair Flight 111 air crash grieve during the anniversary memorial service at... 
Family members of the Swissair Flight 111 air crash grieve during the 10th anniversary memorial service at Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the sea off Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998, claiming the lives of all 229 people on board. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 02, 2008 
Veronique Noceto of France looks out to the sea during the 10th anniversary service at the Swissair Flight... 
Bayswater, Canada 
Veronique Noceto looks out to the sea during the anniversary service at the Swissair Flight 111 memorial... 
Veronique Noceto of France looks out to the sea during the 10th anniversary service at the Swissair Flight 111 memorial in Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the sea off Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998, claiming the lives of all 229 people on board, including Noceto's parents. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 02, 2008 
Veronique Noceto of France hugs her five-year-old daughter Kaitlyn during the 10th anniversary service... 
Bayswater, Canada 
Veronique Noceto hugs her daughter Kaitlyn during the anniversary service at the Swissair Flight 111... 
Veronique Noceto of France hugs her five-year-old daughter Kaitlyn during the 10th anniversary service at the Swissair Flight 111 memorial in Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the sea off Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998, claiming the lives of all 229 people on board, including Noceto's parents. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
CANADA/
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September 02, 2008 
Veronique Noceto of France shows the names of her parents on the Swissair Flight 111 memorial to her... 
Bayswater, Canada 
Veronique Noceto shows the names of her parents on the Swissair Flight 111 memorial to her daughter Kaitlyn... 
Veronique Noceto of France shows the names of her parents on the Swissair Flight 111 memorial to her five-year-old daughter Kaitlyn during the 10th anniversary service in Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the sea off Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998, claiming the lives of all 229 people on board, including Noceto's parents. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
CANADA/
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September 02, 2008 
Family members and friends of victims of the Swissair Flight 111 air crash console each other after the... 
Bayswater, Canada 
Family members and friends of victims of the Swissair Flight 111 air crash console each other after the... 
Family members and friends of victims of the Swissair Flight 111 air crash console each other after the 10th anniversary memorial service at Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the sea off Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998, claiming the lives of all 229 people on board. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
CANADA/
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September 02, 2008 
Monica Danon (L) of Geneva, who lost her husband in the air crash, and John Butt (R), who served as the... 
Bayswater, Canada 
People pay their respects at the Swissair Flight 111 memorial during the 10th anniversary service in... 
Monica Danon (L) of Geneva, who lost her husband in the air crash, and John Butt (R), who served as the chief medical examiner for the crash, pay their respects at the Swissair Flight 111 memorial during the 10th anniversary service in Bayswater, Nova Scotia, September 2, 2008. Swissair Flight 111 crashed into the sea off Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998, claiming the lives of 229 people. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 01, 2008 
A couple embrace at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September 1, 2008.... 
Peggy's Cove, Canada 
A couple embrace at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove 
A couple embrace at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September 1, 2008. 229 people perished after Flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 01, 2008 
David Danon (L) of Geneva embraces family friend Bruno Morin of New York at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial... 
Peggy's Cove, Canada 
Friends and relatives of a victim embrace at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove 
David Danon (L) of Geneva embraces family friend Bruno Morin of New York at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia September 1, 2008. Danon's father was one of the 229 people who perished after Flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 01, 2008 
Monica Danon (L-R) of Geneva embraces family friend Bruno Morin of New York and her son David at the... 
Peggy's Cove, Canada 
Friends and relatives of a victim embrace at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove 
Monica Danon (L-R) of Geneva embraces family friend Bruno Morin of New York and her son David at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia September 1, 2008. Her husband was one of the 229 people who perished after Flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 01, 2008 
David Danon of Geneva looks over the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September... 
Peggy's Cove, Canada 
David Danon looks over the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove 
David Danon of Geneva looks over the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September 1, 2008. His father was one of the 229 people who perished after Flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 01, 2008 
Stuffed animals and flowers are placed at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia,... 
Peggy's Cove, Canada 
Stuffed animals and flowers are placed at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove 
Stuffed animals and flowers are placed at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September 1, 2008. 229 people perished after Flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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September 01, 2008 
A Swiss flag is placed at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September 1,... 
Peggy's Cove, Canada 
A Swiss flag is placed at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove 
A Swiss flag is placed at the Swissair Flight 111 Memorial in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, September 1, 2008. 229 people perished after Flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA) 
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June 07, 2007 
State attorney Christian Weber looks on during a media conference after the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
State attorney Weber looks on during a media conference after the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach... 
State attorney Christian Weber looks on during a media conference after the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
State attorney Christian Weber adjust his hair during a media conference after the verdict of the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
State attorney Weber adjust his hair during a media conference after the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
State attorney Christian Weber adjust his hair during a media conference after the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Paul Ramer, lawyer of former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti, talks to a journalist after the verdict... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Ramer, lawyer of former Swissair Chief Executive Corti, talks to a journalist after the verdict of the... 
Paul Ramer, lawyer of former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti, talks to a journalist after the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Eric Honegger (L) signs a panel which reads 'Swissair' after the verdict... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Honegger signs a panel which reads 'Swissair' after the verdict of the... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Eric Honegger (L) signs a panel which reads 'Swissair' after the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Eric Honegger (L) answers questions to the media after the verdict of... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Honegger answers questions to the media after the verdict of the Swissair... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Eric Honegger (L) answers questions to the media after the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
SWITZERLAND/
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June 07, 2007 
National Councillors discuss next to a TV set during a special broadcast on the verdict of the Swissair... 
Bern, Switzerland 
National Councillors discuss next to a TV set during a special broadcast on the verdict of the Swissair... 
National Councillors discuss next to a TV set during a special broadcast on the verdict of the Swissair trial in the national council during the council's summer session in Bern June 7, 2007. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
National Councillor Susanne Leutenegger Oberholzer (R) and a National Usher (L) look at a special TV... 
Bern, Switzerland 
National Councillor Leutenegger Oberholzer and a National Usher look at a special TV programme on the... 
National Councillor Susanne Leutenegger Oberholzer (R) and a National Usher (L) look at a special TV programme on the verdict of the Swissair trial in the national council during the council's summer session in Bern June 7, 2007. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
National Councillor Susanne Leutenegger Oberholzer adjusts a TV set before a special broadcast on the... 
Bern, Switzerland 
National Councillor Leutenegger Oberholzer adjusts a TV before a special broadcast on the verdict of... 
National Councillor Susanne Leutenegger Oberholzer adjusts a TV set before a special broadcast on the verdict of the Swissair trial in the national council during the council's summer session in Bern June 7, 2007. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
State attorney Hanspeter Hirt arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
State attorney Hirt arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich 
State attorney Hanspeter Hirt arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
State attorney Christian Weber arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich,... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
State attorney Weber arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich 
State attorney Christian Weber arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny and his lawyer Nathan Landshut arrive... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny and his lawyer Nathan Landshut arrive for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry (L) and her lawyer Peter Bettoni arrive for... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Spoerry and her lawyer Bettoni arrive for the verdict of... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry (L) and her lawyer Peter Bettoni arrive for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Spoerry arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Spoerry arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Vreni Spoerry arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Lukas Muehlemann (R) and his lawyer Bernhard Gehrig arrive... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Muehlemann and his lawyer Gehrig arrive for the verdict... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Lukas Muehlemann (R) and his lawyer Bernhard Gehrig arrive for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Eric Honegger arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Honegger arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Eric Honegger arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair administrative board member Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
Former Swissair administrative board member Thomas Schmidheiny arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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June 07, 2007 
Paul Ramer, lawyer of former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti, arrives for the verdict of the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Ramer, lawyer of former Swissair Chief Executive Corti, arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial... 
Paul Ramer, lawyer of former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti, arrives for the verdict of the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, June 7, 2007. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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March 06, 2007 
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse (L) and Chief Executive Mario Corti (C) speak to the media after... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair CFO Fouse and Chief Executive Corti speak to the media after Corti's defence at the Swissair... 
Former Swissair CFO Jacqualyn Fouse (L) and Chief Executive Mario Corti (C) speak to the media after Corti's defence at the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, March 6, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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March 06, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti speaks to the media after his defence at the Swissair trial... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti speaks to the media after his defence at the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti speaks to the media after his defence at the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, March 6, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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March 06, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (L) speaks to the media after his defence at the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti speaks to the media after his defence at the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (L) speaks to the media after his defence at the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, March 6, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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March 06, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (R) speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (R) speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich March 6, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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March 06, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (L) speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (L) speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich, March 6, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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March 06, 2007 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (R) speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair... 
BUELACH, Switzerland 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Corti speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair trial in... 
Former Swissair Chief Executive Mario Corti (R) speaks to the media after his defense at the Swissair trial in Buelach near Zurich March 6, 2007. Switzerland's biggest ever economic crime trial started in Zurich on January 16, 2007 when a district court prepared to hear evidence against 19 former managers, board members and consultants of failed airline Swissair. SAirGroup, Swissair's parent company, collapsed in 2001 with debts of around 17 billion Swiss francs ($13.64 billion), following a disastrous acquisition campaign that targeted struggling European rivals. REUTERS/Sebastian Derungs (SWITZERLAND) 
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