ZURICH (Reuters) - A rat which grounded a Swissair jetliner worth around 64 million Swiss francs for two days has been captured, an airline spokesman said. The Airbus A319, weighing around 60 tonnes, had been prevented from flying since Sunday morning after a flight attendant spotted the creature as the plane was preparing to depart for Vienna. An extensive search by mechanics failed to turn up any immediate signs of a rodent, which could have damaged the plane if it had chewed through cables. The rat was finally trapped in the plane using cured ham as bait. The spokesman was unable to say in which class the rat had chosen to hide but he said "We usually serve cured ham in business or economy class."