Austrian Airlines Group yesterday confirmed that its Tyrolean Airways subsidiary, which operates under the Austrian Arrows brand, will reduce its fleet from the current 55 aircraft to 41 over the next year (ATWOnline, July 7). A spokesperson told ATWOnline that AAG will phase out 50-seat CRJs, which no longer are economical due to the decline in business demand, especially to Eastern Europe. All 10 CRJs and four of 14 Dash 8-300s will be removed. "This will affect a total of 400 fulltime ...

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