flyyul
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Where Does Lauda Fly To?

Fri Dec 21, 2001 10:43 am

Hi,

Where does Lauda fly to, in terms of international destinations?

Why don;'t they combine with OS, and just form Austrian Airlines?

Reason why im asking this question is because OS is starting YUL-VIE and YYZ-VIE on may1st and may2nd respectively, and I wanted to know why Lauda Air Italy aircraft will be used, but flown under the Austrian name?

Many thanks,
Mark
 
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RE: Where Does Lauda Fly To?

Fri Dec 21, 2001 10:47 am

Lauda does leisure route. Pre-9/11, they also did VIE-MUC-MIA, thier only trans-Atlantic route. It is supposed to return in May, but Lufthansa may take over the MUC-MIA route with thier own aircraft. They used 772s and 763s to MIA, and Lauda Italia 763s too. It's just the leisure division of Austrian, to say the least. Destinations include places like Melborune, Sydney, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpor, and Phuket.
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