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Boeing 777-200 - Austrian Airlines

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Boeing 777-200ER - Austrian Airlines

Austrian Airlines, the national airline of Austria, was never a big widebody operator. However, it flew several types, like the Airbus A310, A330 and A340 and today the airline flies the Boeing 767 and 777. The two big Airbus types were abandoned in 2007 after a reorganization in which the airline gave up a number of long-haul destinations.

Austrian Airlines flies four Boeing 777 aircraft. Three of them were originally delivered to Lauda Air, which is now wholly owned by Austrian and mainly flying charters and scheduled services to typical holiday destinations. In 2005 the three Lauda Triple Sevens were transferred to the Austrian Airlines fleet and in 2007 the airline received its fourth 777. All four are 777-200ERs.

The photograph shows an Austrian Airlines Boeing 777 taxiing at its homebase Vienna Schwechat Airport.

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