Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines considers the merger with its subsidiary, Innsbruck-based Tyrolean Airways, a “sign of conciliation and as a starting point for a new Austrian Airlines,” CEO Jaan Albrecht said in a statement. He added the new Austrian “unites the company under a common roof, which houses a regional and intercontinental airline.” Following the framework agreement reached in October between Austrian and the Works Council for flight and cabin crew ...

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