Austrian Airline Group's acquisition by Lufthansa became official yesterday at a ceremony in Vienna as the German company took control of more than 90% of AAG's shares and insisted that the struggling carrier must become profitable as soon as possible. "OS has a cost problem, which we can help with in some ways with our own system," Lufthansa Chairman and CEO Wolfgang Mayrhuber said. For example, LH will handle all sales activities in Western Europe while Austrian will concentrate on sales ...

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