Austrian Airlines Group will end all long-haul charter flying by its Lauda Air leisure subsidiary at the end of the current winter season, with its six 767-300ERs and 777-200ERs repainted in Austrian Airlines' livery. Some charter flights, such as those to Mauritius, will be terminated, while others will become scheduled services, CCO Josef Burger told ATWOnline. Burger said the Lauda name may disappear entirely, "but as long the Lauda Air brand makes sense for the Group, we will keep it." ...

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