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New destinations added are a mix of primary and secondary airports leveraging scale with Ryanair to Amman, Barcelona, Bologna, Burchaest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Krakow, Larnaca, London Stansted, Malaga, Madrid, Milan Bergamo, Rome-Fiumicino and Seville.
The carrier will operate a daily service to Dublin competing against Aer Lingus daily service.
Laudamotion currently flies with nine Airbus aircraft leased from Lufthansa and is expected to operate up to 10 Boeing 737-800s on lease from Ryanair this summer season.
Niki Lauda plans a relaunch of the Laudamotion brand next winter and aims to carry 1.8 million passengers per annum from Vienna.
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