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Vienna International Airline and Airport Industry News

FACC Grows and Hires

The aircraft supplier FACC, since recently Chinese property, plans to grow further this year. In order to do this, the company needs 150 new employees.

October 1, 2010

Vienna now has its own Expat Center

In Vienna, the first Expat Center in Austria was opened. The project was handled by the Vienna Business Agency (former WWFF).

September 30, 2010

Austria's Management and Supervisory Boards’ Salaries on the Test Bench

The partly state-run OMV had the most expensive board of all Austrian corporations in 2009. In total, the oil company spent 10.2 million euro on its bosses, 23.4% more than the previous year.

September 20, 2010

Direct Connection with Kabul - Afghan Kam Air Lands in Vienna

The private Afghan airline Kam Air started with the direct flights Kabul-Vienna-Kabul.

September 16, 2010

Vienna International Airport: Costly Investment at Friedrichshafen Airport

The financial disaster relative to the new Skylink terminal, which will cost nearly one billion euro instead of 400 million, is certainly the biggest problem the airport’s top management is facing - but not the only big one anymore.

September 16, 2010

Vienna International Airport: 13.0% increase in passengers during August 2010

In August 2010 the number of passengers handled by Vienna International Airport increased 13.0% year-on-year to 1,991,481.

September 10, 2010

Airports International - third capital repayment

This third capital repayment follows the initial capital repayment amounting to €2.25 per certificate at the beginning of June 2009, and the second capital repayment amounting to €0.70 per certificate at the end of October 2009.

August 18, 2010

Skylink-time and on budget-holding

Listed “Flughafen Wien” sticks to its initial statement that completion and commissioning of the terminal expansion Skylink will be expected in the first half of 2012.

June 10, 2010

Lauda wants to sue Republic of Austria

FlyNiki boss Niki Lauda wants to sue the aeronautical authorities of the Republic of Austria for damages because of the loss for his airline due to the bans as a result of the Icelandic ash cloud.

May 31, 2010

Lufthansa and AUA launch cargo subsidiary in Vienna

The two subsidiaries, Lufthansa Cargo, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines (AUA) have established a joint cargo subsidiary in Vienna.

May 27, 2010

Austrian Airlines expands long-haul capacity

Austrian Airlines is expanding the long-haul capacity in its 2010/2011 Winter Schedule.

May 21, 2010

Welcome Air to expand its flight network

According to the Austrian Times, Tyrolean airline Welcome Air announced today that it would expand its flight network by autumn this year.

May 19, 2010

Austrian commercial aviation - 2009 a difficult year

In 2009 commercial aviation registered 22,6m passengers (including transit), 2.1m less passengers (8.5 per cent) compared to 2008. Airfreight decreased by 2.5 per cent or 209,200.3 tonnes while air mail also declined by 10.1 per cent.

May 18, 2010