Austria’s Vienna International Airport (VIE) has experienced one of the highest growth rates of new low-cost carrier (LCC) routes of any major European airport as more LCCs have entered the market. The airport handled 4,864,177 passengers in the January-March period, up 6.6% year-over-year. According to VIE board member Julian Jäger, the “main growth drivers are the numerous new flight offerings of LCCs such as Lufthansa Group subsidiary Eurowings, UK-based easyJet, and ...

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