Austrian Airlines will sell its entire fleet of Fokker 70 and 100 short-haul airliners to Australian carrier Alliance Aviation Services Ltd (AAS). AAS is a prominent player in the fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) market, where personnel working at remote sites in enterprises such as mining or construction are transported by air to and from their workplace. Austrian’s Fokker fleet consists of 15 F100s and six of the smaller F70s. AAS already has a fleet of 15 F100s and eight F70s, and says it ...

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