Austria’s FlyNiki to reduce network as demand weakens

Credit: Kurt Hofmann
Austria-based FlyNiki, an airberlin subsidiary, is reducing capacity as demand weakens and sanctions against Russia influence bookings. “We will stop flying from Vienna to Frankfurt and Copenhagen and we have already reduced our Moscow services from double-daily to one daily frequency,” CEO...

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