Austrian Airlines has again reversed a crucial decision in its effort to restructure after its pilots rejected a compromise plan to keep flight operations at the airline. With this latest decision, Austrian on July 1 will transfer all flight operations from the parent company to regional subsidiary Tyrolean Airways. This transition was to be implemented last week but was suspended after a deal was reached with Austrian’s flight crew union that would have frozen pay and revised pension ...
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