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Austrian Airlines - More Women in the Cockpit and Daily Flights to Tokyo

Become one of the few female pilots at Austrian Airlines. A total of 100 fully-trained pilots are currently being sought. As part of its expansion, Lufthansa's subsidiary intends to significantly increase the proportion of women pilots. The airline is also expanding its services to Tokyo, namely six weekly flights from March 2019 and daily flights during the 2019 summer timetable.

October 25, 2018

Canada: New Daily Flight Connection from 2019

From 29 April 2019, Austrian Airlines will be flying daily to Montreal, the second-most populous municipality in Canada. Air Canada will assume flights on the Vienna-Toronto route.

October 22, 2018

Outlook - Chinese Tourists and the Destination Austria

With around 900,000 arrivals (+23%) and 1.3 million overnight stays (+25%) in 2017, China is Austria's most important Asian market of origin with the greatest growth potential. From January to July 2018, Austria also recorded record figures with around 542,000 arrivals (+ 8.2) and around 781,000 overnight stays (+ 11.5 %) from China.

October 3, 2018 · Updated: October 11, 2018; 22:55

Austrian Airlines Celebrates 60th Birthday

Austrian Airlines Österreichische Luftverkehrs Aktiengesellschaft was founded on 31 March 1958. This week, 2,500 guests celebrated the 60th birthday of the red-white-red airline in the hangar at Vienna Schwechat Airport.

May 25, 2018

Austrian Airlines Flies Once Again to Tokyo

As of today, Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines will again be flying directly to the Japanese capital. Due to changed economic fundamentals, the route, which was closed in autumn 2016, appears to be profitable again.

May 15, 2018

Austrian Airlines: Alexis von Hoensbroech Succeeds Kay Kratky as CEO

Alexis von Hoensbroech is to become the new Chairman of the Executive Board of Austrian Airlines. The current AUA CEO Kay Kratky, whose contract ends in July, is leaving the company.

April 11, 2018

Austrian Budget Airline LaudaMotion: Fighting the Top Dog Lufthansa

LaudaMotion is to become a powerful low-cost airline. Ryanair ultimately intends to acquire a 75 percent stake. From June 2018, a total of 65 routes are to be served from Vienna, from seven German airports (Berlin/Tegel, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart) and from Zurich to the Mediterranean region and to the Canary Islands.

March 30, 2018

AUA Starts with Summer Flight Schedule 2018: More Flights to Germany, but CEE Remains Core Market

Austrian Airlines offers a flight program with 138 destinations in 55 countries in summer 2018.

March 26, 2018

Austrian Airlines to Hire 600 New Employees, to Fly to Tokyo and Cape Town

Close to 12.9 million passengers flew with Austria’s national carrier last year, comprising a rise of 12.8 percent compared to the previous year. In 2018 the airline plans the integration of another long-haul aircraft, a Boeing 777-200 jet, in its fleet. It is planned to hire 150 employees just to operate this one new aircraft. In total about 200 pilots, 300 flight attendants and 100 employees in the fields of aircraft maintenance and ground handling will be hired. The additional capacity will enable Austrian Airlines to expand its intercontinental route network to Japan and South Africa.

March 1, 2018

AUA Started Flights to Shanghai, Tokyo Will Be Removed

The initial Austrian Airlines flight to Shanghai took off from Vienna yesterday. AUA will terminate the connection to Tokyo as of September 4 and will rather bet again on Chinese destinations. The economic slowdown of the Japanese economy made the Vienna-Tokyo route unprofitable. Instead AUA starts with five weekly flights to Shanghai on a Boeing 777.

April 7, 2016

Austrian Airlines to Offer Flights to Hong Kong Starting September 5, 2016

AUA Austrian Airlines has signed an agreement with Hong Kong authorities to ad Hong Kong International Airport to its portfolio of long-haul destinations. AUA will fly up to 5 times a week to Hong Kong as of September 5, 2016. The direct link to Vienna will also be the gateway to Eastern Europe for the Hongkongese as well as the South-Chinese business community.

March 9, 2016

Austrian Airlines Returns to Shanghai

The return to Shanghai highlights the continued importance of the Chinese market to Austrian Airlines and the high value attached to its outbound market in particular. Austrian Airlines had already included Shanghai in its flight schedule starting on April 28, 2004. However, flight service was terminated in January 2007 as part of the redimensioning of the airline’s long-haul fleet and the related decommissioning of all its Airbus A330 and A340 long-haul aircraft.

September 10, 2015

Flying Ambassador: Fischler Christens AUA Aircraft “Spirit of Alpbach“

The godfather of the christening of an Austrian Airlines turboprop at Innsbruck-Kranebitten Airport was the former EU Commissioner and Austrian Minister of Agriculture Franz Fischler in his capacity as the President of the European Forum Alpbach

January 22, 2015

AUA Sweeps Istanbul from Winter Timetable

AUA could no longer defy Turkish Airlines, because the Turkish airline puts on quality, but has much lower costs. During the winter schedule AUA therefore sweeps flights to Istanbul from its program.

September 16, 2014

AIRail: New Type of Rail Connections Between Linz and Vienna International Airport

From 14 December 2014, Austrian Airlines and ÖBB are to launch a cooperation entitled ‘AIRail’ on the Linz central station – Vienna Airport – Linz central station route. In future, Austrian passengers with an Austrian flight either preceding or following their rail journey will also be able to use new ÖBB connections with an Austrian flight number between Linz central station and Vienna Airport.

June 16, 2014

Emirates: The Air Rights Quarrel Between Austria and UAE Continues

The Arab airline demands considerably more landings in Vienna.

May 23, 2014 · Updated: May 24, 2014; 16:15

High Potential for Austrian Investments in Moldova

Austria is one of the most active countries in the CESEE region ranking first in foreign direct investments (FDI) in many countries.

May 22, 2014 · Updated: May 22, 2014; 13:05

Raids at Romanian Affiliate of VIG

A number of business locations of Omniasig, the Romanian affiliate of Austrian insurer VIG, were searched by the police. Several employees are accused of forgergy and abuse of authority.

May 14, 2014

AUA Posts Positive Operating Result

Austrian Airlines´operating result was up by EUR 20 million in the first half-year.

August 2, 2013

Good Outlook for Austrian Airlines

CEO Jaan Albrecht thinks that the Austrian subsidiary of German Lufthansa will record positive results this year.

July 22, 2013

Austrian Airlines: Ongoing Upward Trend

Traffic Results of Austrian Airlines for June 2013: Ongoing Upward Trend in Capacity Utilization

July 11, 2013

Austria: Change on Supervisory Board of Austrian Airlines

The Annual General Meeting today decided to make a change on the Supervisory Board of Austrian Airlines AG:

June 28, 2013

AUA „Makes Good Progress“

Chairman of Lufthansa Christoph Franz is confident that the Austrian affiliate Austrian Airways (AUA) will be able to make the turnaround in time.

June 20, 2013

AUA: Increased Capacity Utilization in Europe

Traffic Results for April 2013: Increased capacity utilization in Europe

May 14, 2013

Austrian Airlines: Worse Results Than Expected

Results of the first quarter of 2013: Austrian Airlines improves earnings by EUR 11 million only.

May 2, 2013

Austria: Tyrolean and AUA Agree on Social Plan

After eleven hours of negotiations, three main points were decided on. However, details have not been disclosed yet.

April 18, 2013

How Austrian Airlines Intends to Soar Again

In an interview with the Austrian newspaper Presse, Jaan Albrecht, head of Austrian Airlines explains why he had to carry out sudden drastic measures and what the future of the airline should look like.

March 29, 2013

Austria: Tyrolean Administration to Be Relocated

Austrian Airlines is about to relocate Tyrolean’s administration to Vienna along with new managing director Klaus Froese. Around 100 of the total of 400 staff members working in Innsbruck are concerned.

March 28, 2013

Austrian Airlines Records Profits

Due to one-time effects, the Austrian subsidiary of Lufthansa returns to the profit zone. Austrian Airlines expects the final turnaround in 2013.

March 14, 2013

Number of Passengers Goes down at Austrian Airlines

The passenger number declined by 3.8%. January-February 2013: passenger load factor up 3.2 percentage points.

March 13, 2013

Austrian Airlines: Decrease in Passengers

Traffic Results of Austrian Airlines for January 2013: the airlines has carried 723,200 passengers in January. Positive trend in capacity utilization.

February 8, 2013

Austrian Airlines: Small Increase in Passengers

Year 2012 as a whole: 1.8 percent rise in the number of passengers carried despite four fewer aircraft. In total, 11.5 Million Passengers Flew with Austrian Airlines.

January 10, 2013

„We Have to Prove Ourselves in 2013“

Jaan Albrecht, CEO of Austrian Airlines, expects that the Austrian subsidiary of German Lufthansa will not need further financial aids from its holding company.

December 29, 2012

Austrian Airlines Increases Number of Passengers Carried

Traffic Results from January to November 2012: 1.7 percent more passengers carried. November 2012: Rising passenger volume despite fleet reduced by four aircraft. Positive trend in capacity utilization continues.

December 11, 2012

Austrian Airlines Cuts 150 Jobs

“Austrian Airlines Group sets forth its restructuring process.” the company announces and aims to achieve “further savings through the elimination of duplicate operations.”

December 11, 2012

Austrian Airlines: Up to 100 Jobs to be Cut

In order to reduce redundancies, Austrian Airlines (AUA) wants to streamline its company structure.

December 6, 2012

AUA to Strengthen CEE Network

After Air Berlin decided to reduce the number of flights from Vienna to Eastern European destinations, Austrian Airlines intends to fill the gap.

November 20, 2012

Austrian Airlines: Passenger Number Declines

From January – October 2012: 1.7 percent more passengers were carried. In October, the number of passengers was down slightly.

November 12, 2012

Austrian Airlines: Austerity Program Not Finished

In the first nine months, AUA´s operating income was positive. However, the restructuring process will go on.

November 2, 2012

Austrian Airlines Returns to Profits

AUA´s restructuring programme begins to take hold. The result for 3rd Quarter nearly doubled to € 61m.

October 31, 2012

Austrian Airlines: Number of Passengers Down in September

January-September 2012: 2.1 percent more passengers carried. September 2012: Fewer passengers due to reduction of capacity.

October 10, 2012

Austrian Airlines: Major Investments in Long-Haul Cabin

Austrian Airlines invests over 90 million euros in conversion of long-haul fleet.

October 9, 2012

Austrian Business Delegation to Visit New Delhi and Mumbai

On the occasion of the official visit of Austrian Federal Minister Doris Bures (Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology) to India, the Austrian Trade Commission organises a high-ranking Austrian business delegation to Delhi and Mumbai.

September 25, 2012

Austrian Airlines Not Profitable Before 2013

The Austrian subsidiary of Lufthansa will not achieve a positive net income this year.

September 12, 2012

Austrian Airlines Harmonizes its Medium-Haul Fleet

First Airbus A320 to enter operation in fleet renewal lands in Vienna and is expected to be put into operation on 1st October 2012.

September 11, 2012

Austrian Airlines: Moderate Increase in Passengers

Austrian Airlines Traffic Results for August 2012: Targeted capacity adjusted, further improvement of passenger load factor.

September 11, 2012

Fewer Passengers at Austrian Airlines

AUA´s capacity utilization rose substantially. Against July 2011, the number of passengers was down by 5.6%.

August 9, 2012

Surprising Profit at AUA

Due to special items, Austrian Airlines could achieve positive results in the first half year of 2012.

August 2, 2012

AUA: Auditors Found Inconsistencies

In 2007, Austrian Airlines should not have recorded a profit, but a substantial loss of € 235m, auditors says.

July 31, 2012

AUA Invests € 80m in Long Distance Flights

Lufthansa´s subsidiary Austrian Airlines upgrades its airplanes. Ten long distance plances will be renewed.

July 30, 2012
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