Austrian Airlines said yesterday that it will cut its long-haul fleet from 16 to 10 aircraft, resulting in route eliminations and likely job reductions. The carrier's supervisory board on Nov. 1 approved a proposal to eliminate four A330-200s in 2007. With the sale of two remaining A340-300s slated to be completed next year, the long-haul fleet will consist of four 777-200ERs and six 767-300ERs by no later than the end of 2007. According to media reports in Austria, the airline is expecting ...

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