Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines’ long-haul fleet replacement plan will most likely exclude large twin-widebody aircraft, Austrian CFO Wolfgang Jani told ATW.  “It would not be a Boeing 777X; an Airbus A350-900 may also be too big for us,” he said, acknowledging that “all other widebody aircraft options are open to discuss.” Jani said the airline will collaborate with Lufthansa Group to find the right aircraft solution. Austrian’s long-haul ...

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