Austrian Airlines is making final preparations for the transition of its flight operations from the parent company to what used to be its regional affiliate Tyrolean Airways. Tyrolean will operate all of the group’s flights beginning July 1 as part of Austrian’s €220 million ($278 million) cost savings program. The transfer was decided after management failed to reach an agreement with unions over cost cuts for Austrian’s pilots. Austrian has been losing money for many years and ...


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