Austrian Airlines is simplifying the baggage allowance conditions for tickets bought from 1 June 2011 onwards.
Austrian Airlines presents a new ‘redservice’ - from now on, a total of eight vehicles sporting the distinctive Austrian design will take Austrian passengers quickly and comfortably from Vienna and the surrounding region to the Airport, and from the Airport into Vienna and surrounding areas.
Passengers can now buy more legroom in the long-haul economy class of Austrian Airlines.
Austrian Airlines is offering flights at very special prices for anyone who prefers the idea of filling their suitcases and getting away to simply wrapping presents.
In September 2010, Austrian Airlines again achieved a significant growth at the passenger statistics: with a plus of 16.5 percent, this growth was particularly strong in the scheduled service.
With the cooperation of Austrian Airlines and Air Malta, the two airlines are creating clear benefits for passengers: in the first stage of the cooperation, Air Malta flights have been better harmonised with the flight schedule of Austrian Airlines.
Austrian Airlines are planning to reincorporate their scheduled flights from Vienna to Baghdad from 31st October.
Starting on 1 July, Austrian Airlines will fly to Dnepropetrovsk once again. This is a result of discussions between the EU authorities, the Ukrainian and Austrian authorities and Austrian Airlines.
Lufthansa Cargo and Austrian Airlines have agreed to step up cooperation between their two companies in the airfreight sector.
Austrian Airlines is extending its cooperation with Star Alliance partner bmi, British Midland International, as bmi incorporates Vienna into its route network as a new destination.
Flying with Austrian is now worth double for Miles & More members: In the next two months, they will be earning double status miles on each flight within Austria and Europe.
In its latest price campaign, Austrian is offering unbeatably low-priced flights to North America, Asia and the Middle East.
Having already fulfilled its ambitious package of short-term measures designed to generate savings of EUR 225 million this year, the management of Austrian Airlines is now confronting the challenge of improving the company’s result in the medium term.
Austrian Cargo and Jade Cargo International are setting a new standard in the expansion of Vienna as a cargo hub for Central and Eastern Europe: in a first step, the Chinese all-cargo carrier based in Shenzhen will begin flying the Seoul-Shanghai-Vienna-Frankfurt-Seoul route twice a week with immediate effect.
In the last week, the Austrian Airlines Group presented the first measures of its sustainability package designed to increase its long-term competitiveness. Management has now decided on the next measures: to replace 50-seater aircraft with larger aircraft from the existing fleet.
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