Austrian Airlines (operated by Tyrolean Airways)

( OS / AUA )



Destinations of their 777s

Hub(s): VIE

in Africa: none

in Asia: BKK, MLE, NRT

in Oceania: none

in the Americas: JFK, IAD

in Europe:

Fleet

  act ord opt
777
0
0
0
77E
5
1
1
77L
0
0
0
77F
0
0
0
773
0
0
0
77W
0
0
0
 
5
1
1
act = active
ord = on order
opt = options

Engines

- 777-2Z9ER: GE90-90B
OE-LPA, B, C
- 777-2B8ER: GE90-90B
OE-LPD
- 777-2Q8ER: GE90-90B
OE-LPE

Range

- 11.500 km

MTOW

- 294.835 kg

About

Lauda Air has ordered its 777s on 13th December 1991. Lauda intensively used its 777s on flights to Australia. These flights were ceased as of summer schedule 2007.
Later, Lauda Air was taken over by Austrian Airlines. In the early phase of this merger the signals for the T7 in the new fleet were bad. But, later the Management decided to reorder a 4th 777 and to standardize the long-haul fleet on 777s and 767s. This meant the phase out of the Airbus A330s and A340s:
"The 777 has proven to be a most economical and reliable aircraft and one that is well liked by our passengers," said Austrian Airlines Chief Financial Officer Thomas Kleibl during the order for the 4th 777. "Standardizing with the 777-200ER will deliver immediate economic and operational benefits and help keep our fleet amongst the youngest in the world." The 777s operated by AUA are the only ones which are having all windows installed. Most of the airlines flying the T7 have less windows because of bathrooms and/or galleys.
AUA's 777s are named: A - Sound of Music, B - Heart of Europe, C - Dream of Freedom, D - Spirit of Austria

On board their 777s


Seat configurations


- OE-LPA ... LPD: 48 Biz (2-2-2), 260 Eco (3-4-3) = 308 seats
- OE-LPE: 48 Biz, 264 Eco = 312 seats




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