Austrian Airlines resumes service to Chicago's O'Hare Airport

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    http://www.malaysiasun.com/index.php/sid/214587781/scat/26e7946dced8f2bc

    Austrian Airlines business class has a chef on board.

    A lot has happened in the past five years. That includes enough good things to prompt Austrian Airlines to resume nonstop service five days a week between Chicago's O'Hare Airport and Vienna, Austria, where the carrier's main hub and its headquarters are located. The Vienna-Chicago service resumes today.

    Austrian had initially begun nonstop service from Chicago to Vienna in 2007, when the American economy seemed robust and travel was booming. But when things quickly turned sour, Austria canceled the service in 2008.

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    Austrian once had excellent service up front... I remember the onboard Chef... :cool:

    What metal are they using these days...?
     
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    According to Wikipedia, their long-haul fleet is 767s and 777s.
     

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