Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines will cancel 150 flights in June because of a pilot shortage again this year. The Austrian flag carrier will wet-lease three aircraft during the European summer peak season to stabilize operations. The pilot shortage this year comes as the airline is transferring its Fokker 70/100 fleet to Embraer E195s in a fleet renewal program that requires pilot retraining. It is adding 17 former Lufthansa CityLine Embraer E195s to its fleet and is phasing out aging ...

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