Austrian airline founder and F1 hero Lauda dies

Credit: Ryanair
Niki Lauda, a Formula One racing champion who went on to create and run three airlines, has died aged 70. Lauda, who underwent lung transplantation surgery last year did not fully recover. He died in a Zurich clinic May 20. “For the last ten months we have been at his side every minute…but in the...

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