Lufthansa Group subsidiary Austrian Airlines will recruit 100 new pilots without flight experience in 2017, and will train them in the European Flight Academy. According to Austrian, the additional need for young pilots is related to the retraining drive triggered by the integration of 17 Embraer E195s to replace 21 Fokker 70/100s, as well as the expansion of the fleet by two Airbus A320 (by the end of 2016) and one Boeing 777-200ER, which is scheduled for deployment from the 2018 summer ...

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