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Giving up is something a Lauda doesn't do. ---->>>

I always go extreme ways. ---->>>

We now fly with an airbus, which has 210 seats, six times the week to Palma to the spider of the air Berlin. ---->>>

In Germany air became generally accepted Berlin in this area. It operated with 45 airplanes within the Low Cost range from Germany, and is one the most successful carriers in Europe. ---->>>

I want to bring passengers on my airplanes to present to them my product. ---->>>

Running an airline is a normal job. Racing is more. ---->>>

The crucial point is always the own cost structure. Therefore I created a Low Cost alliance with air Berlin. ---->>>

Vienna is the gate to Eastern Europe. ---->>>

Airlines go in the long run at the competition to reason. For the passenger the competition is good, because each competitor tries to undercut the other one. ---->>>

The alliance with air Berlin is attractive for me. I can use the whole sales network of the air Berlin and 24 percent of my own airline at air Berlin sold. ---->>>

The guest gets at least as much service with us as with some established airline, if not even more. And at by far a favourable price. Thus the passengers remain gladly with us. ---->>>

This aircraft tops everything. All the others look old as compared to this one. ---->>>

I employ 20 people in Vienna. The other 130 coworkers are pilots and flight companions. The Overhead is limited with me. Reduces naturally the costs of my fliers. ---->>>


Nationality: Austrian
Born: 02-22, 1949
Occupation: Athlete

Andreas Nikolaus "Niki" Lauda (born 22 February 1949) is an Austrian former Formula One driver and a three-time F1 World Drivers' Champion, winning in 1975, 1977 and 1984. He is currently the only driver to have been champion for both Ferrari and McLaren, the sport's two most successful constructors (wikipedia)