ABOUT AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
- Founded in 1957
- Airport Location: Austria
- Owner: Lufthansa
- Number of targets: 130
- Objectives: 130 national and international targets in 66 countries
- Member of an alliance: Star Alliance
- Frequent Flyer Program : Miles & More
- Aircraft Types: Airbus A319-100 / A320-200 / A321-100 / A321-200 , Boeing B767-300ER, 777-200ER, Bombardier Q400, Embraer 195, Fokker 100
- Average age aircraft:-
- Number of aircraft: 86
- Aircraft manufacturer with which the airline Austrian Airlines co-operates: Airbus , Boeing , de Havilland Canada, Embraer, Fokker
AUSTRIAN AIRLINES FLIGHTS
Austrian Airlines was founded in Vienna in 1957 and is Austria's flag carrier airline. In 2009, Lufthansa bought all the shares. Austian Airlines totally owned by Lufthansa Group. The Vienna International Airport is used as a hub. At the end of 2016, 11.5 million passengers were carried at a occupancy rate of 76%.
The Austrians' intense interest in Greece is also reflected in the flight of the airline. Airline flights are made to 17 different Greek cities seasonally, especially to holiday regions. These cities are; Cephalonia, Chania, Chios, Corfu, Kandy, Kavala, Mykonos, Mytilene, Patras, Preveze, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos, Volos and Zakynthos.
The airline also makes seasonal flights to cities; Bari, Lamezia Terme in Italy; Dubronik and Split in Croatia; Reykjavik in Iceland; Marrakech in Morocco; Saint Petersburg in Russia, Colombo in Sri-Lanka; Birmingham and London in the UK (London Gatwick International Airport and London Stansted Airport)
The cities where the airline is flying in the country; Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz and Salzburg.
Some of the 66 countries flying abroad; Germany, France, Bulgaria, Greece, Iran, Italy, China, Poland, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, Turkey and the United States.
The airline has a codeshare agreement with the following airlines.
|Air Canada||Brussels Airlines||Luxair|
|Air China||Cathay Pacific||Montenegro Airlines|
|Air France||Croatia Airlines||Scandinavian Airlines|
|Air India||EgyptAir||Swiss International Air Lines|
|Air Malta||Ethiopian Airlines||TAP Portugal|
|All Nippon Airways||Georgian Airways||Thai Airways|
|Asiana Airlines||Germanwings||Ukrayna Havayolları|
|Atlantis European Airways||Iran Air||United Airlines|
|Bangkok Airways||LOT Polish Airlines|
MILES & MORE FREQUENT FLYER PROGRAM
Austrian Airlines, a subsidiary of Lufthansa, offers its passengers the Miles & More program as it does in Lufthansa as a loyalty program. If you want to be a Miles & More member, you can register at the airline's website. Mileage accrual applies not only to Austria Airlines flights but also to other Star Alliance member airlines.
Europe's leading frequent flyer program offers numerous advantages
Miles & More is considered to be the most widely used frequenting program in Europe. The reason for this lies in the numerous advantages that one has by membership. Overall, the program offers four categories that lead to membership. These include Miles-and-More participants, Frequent Traveler, Senator and Hon-Circle members. The special feature of the program is that you as a Hon-Circle member must collect a total of 600,000 miles in two consecutive calendar years. As a standard member of Miles and More, you only have to collect a flight mile to become a member.
The airline Austrian Airlines is allowed to take a small piece of luggage with the dimensions 55 x 40 x 23 cm as hand luggage on board the aircraft. Passengers traveling in economy class should ensure that the luggage weighs no more than 8 kg. Two 8 kg luggage can be carried in Business Class. In addition, the passenger may take another personal item into the cabin with the maximum dimensions of 40 x 30 x 10 cm. Liquids must be packaged according to applicable EU regulations.
At the check-in desk, passengers on a flight of Austrian Airlines can carry two luggage in the Business Class up to a maximum weight of 32 kg and in Economy Class a luggage up to 23 kg. (One exception is the Economy Light rate available on domestic routes, which does not include a free baggage.) There is also a limit to the size of the suitcase or bag. Thus the maximum size is 158 centimeters in the sum of all sides. Under two years of age are entitled to a free baggage of 23 kg each.
If the indicated dimensions and the maximum transport weight are not sufficient, for example in the case of over-luggage, or special luggage such as musical instruments, Austrian Airlines will charge extra charges. The additional fees vary between 50 and 450 euros and depend on the route and the dimensions. For sport luggage, a lump sum of 50 euros (inner-European) or 100 euros (intercontinental) must be paid in the event of an excess of the free baggage allowance. Ski or snowboard equipment is excluded from the package. These can be transported on most routes free of charge (not in the Economy Light tariff). For any sports bag, you must contact the airline by phone or via a contact form.