Austrian Airlines completed its inaugural flight from Vienna to Tokyo on May 15.
Austrian Airlines welcomed its new Boeing B777 at its home airport in Vienna.
Austrian Airlines, Austria’s flag carrier, reported adjusted earnings before interest and taxes of minus EUR67 million in the weak winter quarter of January-March.
Austrian Airlines announced that it carried more than 730,000 passengers in January, a rise of 10.5 percent when compared to the same month in 2017.
On November 16, 24 individuals began their training to become fully-qualified pilots for Austrian Airlines.
The first Austrian Airlines long-haul jet Boeing 767 took off on its official maiden flight from Vienna to Chicago featuring the new premium economy class seats which provide room for a total of 18 passengers in the first refitted jet.
Austrian Airlines has announced a new wet-lease agreement with Slovenian carrier Adria Airways for reserve aircraft, allowing greater flexibility in flight planning.
For Austrian Airlines, the first quarter (Q1) of this year marked a positive growth in passenger volume with some 2.2 million passengers carried between January and March, a 6.6 percent increase over the same period in 2016.
ANDREAS ZERLAUTH has been named as head of controlling at Austrian Airlines, which he will begin in September.