Austrian Airlines Makes Progress Phasing Out Older Aircraft

Austrian Airlines will retire its final turboprop in March.
Credit: Austrian Airlines
VIENNA—Austrian Airlines is phasing out the first of three aging Boeing 767-300ERs and confirmed its last De Havilland Dash 8-400 will end operations by March 31. “Our first Boeing 767 (30 years old) has entered the phaseout check and will be transferred to the U.S. in March. Two more 767s will...
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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