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KLM returns to Graz

With Embraer 175 regional jets, KLM Cityhopper will again connect Graz Airport to the Amsterdam-Schiphol hub from October 25, 2020. Initially, five weekly rotations will be offered. "We're glad

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Austria issues new landing bans

After Austria lifted the landing bans for arriving passenger flights from a total of ten countries at the weekend, a new ban was issued on Monday at 6:16 a.m. This comes from the

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Austria lifted landing bans early

The Republic of Austria lifted all remaining flight bans early on Saturday evening. This is clear from the NOTAM A1568 / 20. The ban for arriving passenger flights from a total of ten countries was implemented

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TAA now also flies COVID-19 patients

Tyrol Air Ambulance relies on a system developed in Upper Austria with which patients suffering from COVID-19 can be safely flown in the ambulance jet. The aviation company specializing in the implementation of ambulance flights

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Innsbruck starts on June 22nd, 2020

The Vienna route makes the comeback from Innsbruck, but numerous holiday destinations will also be accessible from the Tyrolean airport. With Luxair there is even a new carrier. The Austrian airport Innsbruck will

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Austria adapts "black list"

Flights from the Netherlands, France and Italy (except Lombardy) are allowed again from Sunday evening. At the same time, Sweden and Portugal are banned. On the now quite notorious “black list” of the Republic of Austria

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Carinthia heavily subsidizes the airport

It has been known for a few weeks that the Lilihill Group intends to further increase its shares in Klagenfurt Airport. Negotiations are already underway with the state of Carinthia and the city of Klagenfurt. About the content

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Klagenfurt is changing a lot

On September 1, 2020, there will be a change in the management at Klagenfurt Airport. In future, the airport will be managed by Nils Witt as sole managing director. Harald Stoutz leaves the airport

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Klagenfurt: Ryanair is gone again

The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair will provisionally fly to Klagenfurt Airport for the last time on Friday and withdraw from Carinthia again. Most recently, Palma de Mallorca was served, although the route was originally under

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