Austrian Airlines plans to phase out its Fokker fleet within the next six years. The airline’s CEO, Jaan Albrecht, says the carrier has nine Fokker 70s and 14 Fokker 100s and that it plans to replace the aircraft over a three-year period beginning in 2017. At an event today in Taipei to promote EVA Air formally joining the Star Alliance, Albrecht told Aviation Week the aircraft will be phased out when they come due for heavy maintenance checks. The phase out will not hurt ...
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