Lufthansa Group subsidiary Austrian Airlines began using 120-seat Embraer 195s on scheduled services January 4 on routes linking its hub at Vienna Airport with Belgrade, Warsaw, Hamburg, Thessaloniki and Tirana, as well as other European destinations.

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Austrian Airlines’ supervisory board has approved the purchase of 17 Embraer 195s from sister Lufthansa Group company Lufthansa CityLine, to replace 15 aging Fokker 100s and seven Fokker 70s Austrian now has in service.

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Lufthansa German Airlines expects to put forward to its supervisory board in December a business plan to create a non-Lufthansa-branded, long-haul, low-cost carrier which would operate a fleet of leased Airbus A330-200s, each configured to seat approximately 300 passengers.

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The new aircraft will be operated within the Lufthansa Regional family, serving German domestic and European destinations.

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