Styrian Spirit, a Regional carrier based in Austria, expects its shareholders to approve an increase in share capital of €840,000-€1.2 million ($1.1-$1.6 million) at an April 28 meeting. The airline will take delivery of a new CRJ700 by this summer, simultaneously withdrawing a CRJ200. "With the delivery of a second CRJ700 next year, our fleet will grow to a total of five aircraft," CEO Otmar Lenz told ATWOnline. The carrier, which also operates under the name Slovenian ...

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