Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines plans to alter its long-haul network and eliminate loss-making routes from Vienna to Hong Kong, Havana (Cuba) and Colombo (Sri Lanka) at the end of October. Other changes include: Terminating flights to Isfahan and Shiraz (Iran) from mid-September; Changing Vienna-Miami (Florida) service to seasonal and ceasing at the end of October to reopen in summer 2019; Cutting Vienna-Linz domestic route from Oct. 27. Launching 2X-weekly seasonal Vienna-Cape ...

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