Austrian Airlines Evaluates Harmonized Long-Haul Fleet
INNSBRUCK, Austria—Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines is evaluating several options to harmonize its long-haul fleet, which comprises three aging Boeing 767-300ERs and six 777-200ERs. “It would be more efficient to have only one type of aircraft,” COO Francesco Sciortino told Aviation Daily. “We...
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