Austrian Airlines Evaluates Harmonized Long-Haul Fleet

Last Austrian Dash 8 400
Austrian Airlines' final Dash 8 400 flight, May 31, 2021
Credit: Kurt Hofmann
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...
Kurt Hofmann

Kurt Hofmann has been writing on the airline industry for 25 years. He appears frequently on Austrian, Swiss and German television and broadcasting…

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