Austrian Airlines CEO Alexis von Hoensbroech said the Lufthansa subsidiary’s future long-haul fleet must be based on one aircraft type.  “This is a high priority,” he told ATW. “As an airline of our size, it is not ideal to operate two different types within a small long-haul fleet of 12 aircraft.” Austrian’s long-haul fleet currently comprises six Boeing 767-300ERs (with an average age 23 years) and six 777-200ERs (average age 18 years). “I ...

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