Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines said it expects to turn a profit on its long-haul flights for business travel in 2011 for the first time since they were established in 1988 owing to the relaunch of five-times-weekly Vienna–Mumbai flights Oct. 31 (ATW Daily News, May 25). Executive Board member Andreas Bierwirth told ATW in Mumbai that the Vienna–Mumbai service is OS’s tenth long-haul destination. OS is integrated in the Lufthansa global sales system and expects a ...

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