Citing the economic downturn, Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines has announced it will reconfigure its four A320s, which have a dedicated business class cabin installed for its Middle Eastern routes. "We need these four A320s on our European network to offer more capacity," OS board member Peter Malanik told ATW. "Next summer, the A320s will be reconfigured into the medium-haul fleet standard." He noted that premium demand has decreased owing to the economic ...

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