Austrian Airlines said the crises in the Middle East, Russia and Ukraine are having a negative impact on demand, forcing the carrier to adjust capacities, according to CCO Karsten Benz.  Austrian carried more than 2.2 million passengers in the first quarter, down 2.3% year-over-year. The carrier stopped flights to Damascus and Bagdad some time ago; it recently announced the temporary closure of Tripoli services. For the first three months, capacity saw a slight 0.4% increase; RPKs were ...

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