Austrian to replace five 50-seat aircraft with five 80-100-seaters

The Austrian Airlines Group is aiming at a reduction of the Canadair CRJ fleet in the medium-term, in order to partially replace these 50-seat aircraft with 80-100-seat aircraft. For this, a Canadair CRJ should be handed over and be replaced with an additional Fokker 100. Furthermore, two Canadair CRJs and both of the currently oldest Dash 8-300s (OE-LTD and OE-LTF) will be disposed. In response to this, during the course of the summer, four Dash 8-400s should be taken over from Scandinavian Airlines, SAS. These are aircraft that were delivered in 2001 and 2002 and have also been in use at SAS without any problem. Before the aircraft fly for Austrian arrows, they will be subjected to a detailed technical

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