Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines will close six regional crew bases to centralize aircraft operations at its Vienna hub and reduce crew travel costs. Most of Austrian’s four domestic routes are loss-making and the carrier is evaluating solutions, including local government assistance and the European Commission’s public service obligation (PSO) scheme that supports air service routes deemed to be vital for the economic development of the region they serve. “It is ...

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