Austrian Airlines

Lufthansa Introduces Gender-Neutral Greetings on Board

Europe's largest airline group Lufthansa said Tuesday it was retiring "ladies and gentlemen" as an on-board greeting in favour of gender-neutral alternatives. A spokesman for the German company told AFP the move was intended to make all passengers on board feel welcome, including those who do not identify as male or female.

This means war on the sky

"This reaction of Russia is absolutely incomprehensible," the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in the first reaction.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Austria, Alexander Schallenberg, asked Russia for clarification and to stop, as he said, "artificially creating obstacles in free air traffic between Russia and Europe".

Austrian Airlines increasing July charter flights to Greece by 20%

Austrian Airlines (AUA) announced on Thursday in Vienna that it is increasing its July charter flights to Greece by 20% compared to July 2019, instead of the originally planned 5% increase.
It said that the destinations are set to be announced soon, along with flight schedules for August.

Fight Against Corruption and Qualified Personnel is what the Austrian Business Wants from Bulgaria

Fighting corruption and crime and the need for qualification of the cadres - these are the two most important issues that would improve the business climate in the country and the market conditions respectively. This was stated in a poll among the representatives of the Austrian business in Bulgaria.

Three airlines jostling for Air Berlin assets: CEO

Air Berlin is in talks with three competitors about buying up its assets, the insolvent airline's boss said on Aug. 17, warning that not all jobs would be saved.

"Aside from Lufthansa, we are in contact with two other interested parties from the aviation industry," Air Berlin chief executive Thomas Winkelmann told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily.