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Austrian Airlines is the flag carrier of Austria and a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.
The airline is headquartered in the grounds of Vienna International Airport in Schwechat where it maintains its hub.
Austrian Airlines fly to many destinations worldwide including Addis Ababa, Agadair, Alexandria, Athens, Baghdad, Baku, Beijing, Bologna, Bremen, Brussels, Bucharest, Delhi, Denpasar, Istanbul, Kuwait City, Lagos, Lahore and New York City.
Austrian Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance. Austrian Airlines has codeshare agreements with the following airlines: Air Astana, airBaltic, Air France, Air Malta, Azerbaijan Airlines, Belavia, Georgian Airways, Iran Air, Luxair, Montenegro Airlines, TAROM and Transaero Airlines.
Austrian Airlines' fleet consists of Boeing 777-200 and 777-300 and Airbus A321, A320, A319, Embraer, Fokker and Bombardier.
Austrian Airlines offers a loyalty program called Miles+Bonus to reward regular passengers with the airline.
Passengers can earn miles for flying with Austrian Airlines and its airline partners.
These miles can be exchanged for miles on airline tickets, seat upgrades, hotels, car rentals and shopping.
Passengers in economy class are entitled to 1 piece of baggage and in Business Class 2 pieces of baggage.
On European routes with Austrian Airlines, adults are entitled to 2 pieces of checked baggage in Business of up to 32 kg and 1 piece of up to 23 kg in Economy Class and Flex.
On Intercontinental routes, adults in Business Class are allowed 2 pieces of up to 32 kg and passengers in economy of up to 23 kg.
7th June 2018
Austrian Airlines rated as 6th best airline worldwide
Flight compensation company, AirHelp, have released the results of their annual AirHelp score rating, which is an algorithm that rates airlines based on their quality of service, punctuality rate and claim processing (how the airline deals with customer complaints).
AirHelp named Austrian Airlines as the 6th best airline in the world, with an overall score of 8.25. The airline scored evenly and above average for each category, which gave them the high score. It's quality of service rating was of particular note — Austrian Airlines scored 8.25.
1st June 2018
Austrian Airlines delegate its service between Budapest and Vienna to Adria Airways
Slovenian Airline, Adria Airways, will operate flights between Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) and Vienna International Airport (VIE) on behalf of Austrian Airlines. While the frequency of the flight is currently undisclosed, the flight is expected to only take 45 minutes and Adria Airways will use its CRJ-900 aircraft to transport passengers. Including the service operated by Adria Airways on Austrian Airlines' behalf, Budapest Airport has four flights going to Vienna each day.
This isn't the first time Adria Airways and Austrian Airlines have combined to do business. Back in 2017 Austrian Airlines wet-leased two CRJ-900 aircraft to Adria Airways, which is the same aircraft that Adria will be using on the service between Budapest and Vienna.
9th May 2018
Austrian Airlines signs new contract with Magnetic MRO
Austria's biggest airline, Austrian Airlines, recently signed a contract to expand its dealings with MRO company, Magnetic MRO. The new contract runs through the 2019/2020 winter period and will take up 75% of available maintenance slots in Tallinn, Estonia. With the new contract, Magnetic MRO will work with Austrian Airlines' Airbus A320 fleet, which it has dealt with extensively in the past.
The head of MRO for Austrian Airlines, Markus Besta, spoke highly of the airlines' relationship with Magnetic MRO. Stating that they have worked alongside them for over 10 years, and as a result, they are confident they will continue to provide them with a reliable service going forward.
2nd May 2018
Austrian Airlines new collective wage agreement
Austrian Airlines, a subsidiary of Lufthansa, has agreed to a new collective wage constitution or flight attendants and pilots that maps out salary increases and flexible flight duty regulations through 2021. The company hope that this new innovation will satisfy the staff and open up new doors for Austrian Airlines employees. As well as this, the carrier said flight service regulations should be significantly more flexible to better compensate for seasonal fluctuations in passenger demand.
3rd April 2018
Austrian Airlines amongst top 10 most popular airlines in the world
The major leading airline in Austria, Austrian Airlines, has been ranked among the world's most popular airlines, according to a survey published by eDreams. The survey was carried out from 60,000 passenger reviews and saw Austrian Airlines soaring above competition such as Air France and TAP Portugal and even the big dog of the sky, Emirates, to receive 5th position. The state-run carrier reportedly received high marks from foreign travelers based on four major characteristics: comfort, flight check-in, onboard service and prices for tickets. A quote from a reviewer said "A very pleasant flight with extremely friendly on-board staff. I'll be very happy to fly with Austrian Airlines again!"
22nd February 2018
Austrian Airlines launches ew Senator Lounge at Vienna Airport
Austrian Airlines has unveiled the first brand new Senator Lounge at Vienna Airport. Two Business Class Lounges have also already been upgraded. The designs boast themes of Austria and individuality which are manifested in the overall concept of all the lounges in Austria Airport. One of the highlights of the Senator Lounges are the real Austrian beech trees, which are preserved using a special preservation technique.
In addition to customised furniture from Austria as well as a new textile concept highlighting individually designed carpets and curtains, the lounges will also feature selected pictures from Austrian artists such as Gustav Klimt.
22nd January 2018
Austrian Airlines' fantastic passenger flight booking statistics
In 2017, a total of 630,000 passengers took advantage of Austrian Airlines’ lounge offering at Vienna Airport. Particularly popular are the various relaxation zones and the culinary offering provided by Do&Co. Moreover, the digital offering was also increasingly used, and 87,300 e-Journals were downloaded in the lounges in 2017.
Austrian Airlines operates seven lounges at Vienna Airport – three Business Class lounges, two Senator and two HON lounges.
13th September 2017
Austrian extends Fokker 100 service to late-Dec 2017
Austrian Airlines in recent schedule update extended planned Fokker 100 scheduled operation. Previously scheduled until 02DEC17, the Star Alliance member’s Fokker 100 service is now scheduled until 23DEC17 inclusive.
Revised Fokker 100 operation between 29OCT17 and 23DEC17.
Vienna – Basel/Mulhouse 01NOV17 – 27NOV17 Day 3
Vienna – Belgrade 30OCT17, 16DEC17, 19DEC17
Vienna – Brussels 05NOV17 – 17DEC17 Day 7 (Also scheduled on 16DEC17)
Vienna – Chisinau 7 weekly until 22DEC17 (4 weekly from 30NOV17, 3 weekly from 11DEC17, 1 flight on 22DEC17)
Vienna – Geneva Multiple frequencies until 22DEC17
Vienna – Leipzig 06NOV17 – 27NOV17 Day 1
Vienna – Milan Malpensa 09DEC17
Vienna – Minsk 29OCT17
Vienna – Munich 23DEC17 (Tentatively scheduled as final Fokker 100 service)
Vienna – Naples 30OCT17
Vienna – Nice 05DEC17, 12DEC17
Vienna – Sarajevo 09DEC17, 23DEC17
Vienna – Sibiu 03DEC17, 04DEC17, 10DEC17, 17DEC17
Vienna – Sofia 03NOV17 – 03DEC17 Day 57
Vienna – Stockholm Arlanda 29OCT17
Vienna – Warsaw 1 weekly (Additional weekly frequencies added in Dec 2017, until 23DEC17)
Further changes to planned Fokker 100 service remain highly possible.
11th September 2017
Austrian Airlines Signs Wet Lease Agreement With Adria Airways
Austrian Airlines will start a wet lease agreement with its Star partner Adria Airways. The aim of the agreement is to have reserve aircraft available to enable greater flexibility in flight planning. Austrian Airlines will lease the aircraft along with cockpit and cabin crew – one as of September 16, 2017 and the other as of October 1st, 2017. The CRJ 900 jets offer room for 86 passengers and thus have a larger seating capacity than the Bombardier Q400.
The aircraft will be operated in the Austrian Airlines route network. Planned destinations amongst others include Warsaw, Venice and Bucharest. Passengers on board will enjoy the customer service provided by DO&CO. The hub of Adria Airways is at Ljubljana Airport, near the capital of Slovenia. The Slovenian home carrier is a member of Star Alliance, and has thus been a reliable partner of Austrian Airlines for many years. Adria Airways links Slovenia with numerous European cities and offers very good flight connections to South East Europe. The airline’s headquarters are located at Jože Pučnik Ljubljana Airport.
Austrian Airlines announced it is offering flight services to Hong Kong
Austrian Airlines will fly up to five times per week to Hong Kong, deploying a Boeing 777 aircraft. In its summer 2016 flight schedule, Austrian Airlines will offer a total of 31 weekly non-stop flights to Asia.
Austrian Airlines has outlined its proposed Air Berlin wet-lease operations, set to begin on March 10. Austrian Airlines will use three Air Berlin A320-200s to serve Dusseldorf, Bucharest Otopeni, Skopje, Nice, Zurich, and Copenhagen Kastrup from its Vienna hub initially. Thereafter, flights to each of Hamburg Helmut Schmidt and Tirana will begin on March 21 and 26 respectively. Austrian is expected to take a total of five A320 Family aircraft on lease from the German carrier. The remaining two aircraft are scheduled to be placed in April.
The first of five airberlin Airbus A320s, operating in Austrian Airlines colors, launched March 7 on services from Vienna, Austria to Skopje, Macedonia. The flight is part of a six-year wet-lease agreement between airberlin and the Lufthansa Group, which was approved unconditionally at the end of January by federal antitrust authorities. Austrian Airlines is a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group. Under the agreement, airberlin is wet leasing 38 Airbus A319/A320 aircraft—which are stationed at German and Austrian airports—to Lufthansa and its subsidiaries Eurowings and Austrian Airlines. Eurowings is taking 33 of the aircraft and Austrian is taking the remaining five. The deal also includes a codeshare between Lufthansa and airberlin equity parent Etihad Airways
Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
Vienna International Airport
Vienna International Airport is the international airport of Vienna, the capital of Austria and is the hub airport of Austrian Airlines. It is the country's biggest airport and serves as the hub for Austrian Airlines and Niki. Vienna International Airport has two runaways and can handle nearly 25 million passengers per annum. Airlines which fly to and from Vienna Airport include Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air France, Air China, Alitalia, Estonian Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, EVA Air, Finnair, Montenegro Airlines, Onur Air, Pegasus Airlines and Turkish Airlines.
Star Alliance is the leading global airline network, which has 27 member airlines. Star Alliance was founded in 1997 with the five founding airlines: Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, Air Canada, Lufthansa and United Airlines. The alliance has grown considerably now to airlines which fly to 1,321 airports and 193 countries, carrying 637 million passengers every year!
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Austrian Airlines started their operation in 30th September 1957 with it's maiden flight on 31st March 1958. Austrian Airlines was formed as a result of a merger between Air Austria and Austrian Airways. They launched their longhaul service from Vienna to New York on 1st April 1969. Austrian Airlines became a member of the Star Alliance in 2000, the same year that they acquired Lauda Air.
Flights to Eastern Europe
Austrian Airlines mission is to connect Central and Eastern Europe as well as bringing travellers to its home country.
Specialist destinations include:
Yerevan, Baku, Tbilisi, Tehran, Ebril, Tirana, Minsk, Sarajevo, Sofia, Zagreb, Prague, Vilnius, Skopje, Chisinau, Podgorica, Krakow, Warsaw, Bucharest, Oradea, Cluj, Timisoara, Lasi, Sibiu, Krasnodar, Moscow, Rostov, Belgrade, Pristina, Kosice, Donetsk, Kiev, Lviv and Odessa.
Austrian Airlines Flights
Vienna Airport is a wonderfully efficient place to interline through.Austrian Airlines has capitalised on this and as well as establishing themselves as very cost effective way to reach many Eastern European cities (check out their regular on-line seat sales to Moscow for example), they also offer great value for many long haul destinations particularly in S.E Asia and India (Amritsar is their newest destination alongside Delhi and Mumbai).
Austrian Airlines have a large modern fleet of 41 aircraft comprised of Boeing 737, 767 and 777 and Airbus A319, A320 and A321 aircraft.
Austrian Airlines promise you that "we fly for your smile" offering you charming naturalness, enthusing little extras, Austrian agility and refreshing harmony. Call our friendly team who will be happy to assist you with your booking or alternatively why not just click to book.
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