Lauda Air, the leisure subsidiary of Austrian Airlines, hopes to present a profit this year after a 2006 loss. "We reduced our capacity 12% this summer by operating without two A321s," CEO Thomas Suritsch told ATWOnline. The carrier transported 792,000 passengers in the first seven months of 2007 and expects up to 1.4 million for the full year. Suritsch said there are no additions planned to a fleet of six 737-800s and two A320s operating under the Lauda brand, as the airline is more ...

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