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Innsbruck starts on June 22nd, 2020

The Vienna route starts the comeback from Innsbruck, but numerous holiday destinations can also be reached from the Tyrolean airport. With Luxair there is even a new carrier. The Austrian airport Innsbruck will close on June 22nd, 2020

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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 meanwhile quite notorious “black list” of the Republic of Austria, on Sunday there were around

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VC wants to support Lufthansa rescue

The pilots of Lufthansa want to make 350 million euros as a voluntary crisis contribution, but so far the Cockpit Association has not received an answer. There will be a summit on Thursday. The pilots' union Vereinigung Cockpit affirmed in a broadcast

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Prosecutor is investigating ex-Adria managers

The bankruptcy of the former flag carrier of Slovenia now has legal consequences. The prosecutor is investigating. It is the presumption of innocence. In the aftermath of the bankruptcy of Adria Airways it has now become known that the public prosecutor's office is investigating the last

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Hong Kong takes over Cathay shares

The shareholders, external investors and the administration of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region are helping the financially troubled carrier. The public sector gets involved. The airline Cathay Pacific was already badly shaken before the corona pandemic, because

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Edelweiss is preparing a Corona restart

The carrier plans to fly to around 60 holiday destinations from Switzerland from the beginning of July. The Swiss holiday airline Edelweiss brought the first two Airbus A320 aircraft back to Zurich-Kloten on Tuesday. The jets were due

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Eurowings reports high demand

The lifting of the international travel warning is said to have spurred the Germans' desire to travel. The Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings is further increasing the flight schedule due to "soaring demand". Around 80 percent of the destinations are to be resumed in the course of the summer.

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