Wizz Air sponsors the Donauinselfest in Vienna for the first time
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Austrian Airlines welcomes second Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner
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Salzburg Airport on the road to recovery despite legacy issues and weather service debate
Jan Gruber • 19 June 2024 • 12:27
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SZG: With Transavia to Amsterdam

The airline is now flying between the Salzburg capital and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. From July 11th, the carrier will connect SZG to the Dutch metropolis twice a week. “As of now it is

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Fixed cost subsidy: GRZ is disadvantaged

The federal government will increase the coronavirus aid package for the municipalities by 1,5 billion euros. So far so good. But the debate also brings one thing to light: While KLU benefits from the CoV aid package,

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Graz: slope 17/35 becomes 16/34

For the first time in its history, Graz Airport has to change the name of the runway. The background is that the magnetic north pole is shifting further and further. It's about a

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Clear ownership commitment for Linz

In view of the massive effects of the global travel and air traffic crisis caused by the corona pandemic on Linz Airport, its owners discussed possible scenarios with the airport management in a future talk. As

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Quiet hello for the domestic flights

As part of the state aid for Austrian, it was agreed that short-haul flights to Vienna should be shifted to the AIRail offer of ÖBB as soon as this is feasible through improved rail infrastructure. From that

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New airport bistro at Linz Airport

The new airport café and bistro called “Frederick & Sons”, operated by the catering specialist DoN, now shines in a new, appealing ambience at Linz Airport. The offer is not just directed

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Is Prime Air coming to Europe anytime soon?

According to information from the specialist portal Skyliner Magazine, the Irish airline ASL Airlines Ireland has taken over a first, second-hand converted Boeing 737-800F, which is in the colors of the virtual logistics service provider Prime

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In person - Benjamin Radner, the 757 maniac

AviationDirect is starting the “Personal” series with immediate effect, in which we will portray interesting people from the aviation scene in the future. It starts with the young potter Benjamin Radner from Innsbruck, who has a special weakness for

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Go against the trend with e-learning

While more and more aircraft are being parked around the world due to the pandemic, many airlines are currently using the opportunities for further training for their workforce. Particularly in the area of ​​e-learning there is a strong development against the

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Does an airport in Klagenfurt even make sense?

The pandemic is wreaking havoc on the entire aviation industry. The airports are also posting horrific numbers, especially regional airports are on the decline. This is also the case at Klagenfurt Airport, whose meaningfulness is now openly questioned

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