Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines will end Vienna-Rome Fiumicino service Nov. 9, citing strong low-cost carrier (LCC) competition, a spokesperson confirmed to ATW. The service had been launched in 1958. Lufthansa Group LCC subsidiary Eurowings Europe—operating the same route—will add an Austrian code to its flight number. Airberlin’s Austrian subsidiary FlyNiki will operate up to three daily flights between Vienna and Rome during the summer 2017 IATA schedule, as ...

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