Austrian to run wide-body charter to Zagreb

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Austrian Airlines will operate a one-off charter flight between Vienna and Zagreb with its wide-body Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. According to the “Croatia Aviation” portal, the service will run on the morning of October 5, with the jet to return from Zagreb to Berlin. It is unknown who has chartered the plane. Austrian’s B777-200ER, the largest aircraft type in its fleet, boasts 306 seats, including 38 in business, 24 in premium economy and the remaining 244 in economy class.

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  1. Anonymous10:31

    Good for spotters :D

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  2. Anonymous10:54

    Probably one of the oldest bigger birds in Europe. OS has a super ancient fleet for such a developed nation. They barely have one sole A32N that joined their fleet only this month.

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    1. Anonymous11:15

      I think that they announced retirement of B767 and 777 fleet, and probably replacement with 787

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    2. Anonymous15:31

      OS is not a nation and, furthermore, is not owned by that nation's government.

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  3. Anonymous13:22

    There is Salzburg-Dinamo game on October 5th.

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    1. Anonymous18:05

      Yes, in Salzburg. Nothing to do with flight from Vienna to Zagreb

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  4. Anonymous15:42

    Where is best place to spot planes in ZAG outside of airport? Best one in Croatia that I know is in Pula, I would like something like that i Zagreb. Is there place like that?

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