Austrian Airlines Group is mulling a number of ways to trim capacity further in the face of what it anticipates will be massive overcapacity in Europe this winter as well as intense competition from LCCs and sky-high fuel prices. AAG already has cut planned capacity growth for 2005 from 10% to 5%. "Meanwhile, our passenger growth has been up 5.8% for the first eight months," Chief Executive Vagn Soerensen told ATWOnline in Mumbai, which the airline began serving this month. Yields are ...

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