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Austrian arrows to axe 14 CRJ200s/DHC-8-300s

 

The CRJ100s have already left the Austrian arrows fleet.  CRJ100 OE-LRH (msn 7125) prepares to land at Dusseldorf.  Copyright Photo: Ariel Shocron.

The CRJ100s have already left the Austrian arrows fleet. CRJ100 OE-LRH (msn 7125) prepares to land at Dusseldorf. Copyright Photo: Ariel Shocron.

Austrian Airlines (Vienna) has announced it can no longer efficiently operate its 50-seat aircraft operated by Austrian Arrows (marketed as Austrian arrows) (Tyrolean Airways dba) (Innsbruck and Vienna). As a result it will begin phasing out the CRJ200 fleet at the beginning of the 2010 summer season. The company will also reduce its DHC-8-300 fleet and partly replace them with larger DHC-8-400s. In total 14 aircraft will be removed from the fleet of 55 aircraft. An unspecified number of jobs will also be eliminated at the subsidiary.

 

Full details:

www.aua.com/us/eng/austrian/news/Press+Archive/default.htm?artGuid={8D593944-E8E2-444F-9F5C-F43515408AFF}

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