Lauda expects that HG’s new color scheme, which is similar to AB, will bring a different kind of service approach as the integration of the two carriers moves forward. Courtesy, FlyNiki Austrian-based low-cost carrier FlyNiki (HG), an Air Berlin (AB) partner, may see its branding disappear as the integration process with the German carrier moves forward. HG, which was founded by former Grand Prix driver Niki Lauda in 2003, still operates as an independent Austrian company with ...

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