Airbus A310 - Austrian Airlines
Austrian Airlines is the national airline of Austria. It was the result of a merger between Air Austria and Austrian Airways in 1957. Since 2009 the airline is a subsidiary of Lufthansa. The airline is based at Vienna Schwechat Airport.
Austrian's first widebody airliner was the Airbus A310. It operated five aircraft of the A310-300 version. The first entered service in 1988. Other widebody types operated by Austrian were the Airbus A330 and A340 and today it flies the Boeing 767 and 777.
The photograph shows an Austrian Airbus A310 taxiing at Geneva Cointrin Airport.