Austrian Airlines Group is to cut 150 positions by centralising its flight operations control at Vienna, while flight administration will be handled at Innsbruck.
The continued restructuring at the company will also involve grouping maintenance around Tyrolean Airways, which holds the air operator's certificate.
Austrian says it will consolidate the flight control operations - currently handled by two centres - at its Vienna facility.
All flight administration will be based at Innsbruck, from where planning of personnel and resources will be conducted.
Austrian Airlines' "redundant" technical operations will also be "eliminated", says the group.
Innsbruck will handle maintenance of the Bombardier turboprop fleet, while Vienna will deal with Airbus, Boeing and Fokker work, with Fokker overhaul undertaken at Bratislava.
Austrian Airlines Group expects the decision to save more than €10 million ($13 million) but admits that 150 positions will be axed in the administrative sector.