Austrian Airlines Group plans to announce an order for 10 long-haul aircraft, with additional options possible, by autumn. "Now we have the latest technical details about the A350. The race will be between the A350 and the 787," CEO Alfred Oetsch told ATWOnline last week in Chicago. The new long-haul aircraft will replace the current fleet of six 767-300ERs and four 777-200ERs in the 2013-2015 timeframe. Oetsch said the carrier is not in a hurry. OS will decide this summer if it will upgrade ...

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