Laudamotion launches 15 new connections from Vienna

Laudamotion Vienna

Laudamotion launched its W18/19 expansion from Vienna Airport on 28 October, commencing 15 new routes, while more destinations will be added in the coming weeks. Pictured celebrating the airline’s expansion from the Austrian capital are: Nikolaus Gretzmacher, SVP Vienna Airport; Gerhard Schödinger, Member of the Austrian Federal Council (as representative of Johanna Mikl-Leitner, Governor of Lower Austria); and Andreas Gruber, CEO Laudamotion,

Laudamotion Dublin

Laudamotion launched a daily service between Vienna and Dublin on 28 October. Pictured at the launch in Ireland were Laudamotion’s CEO Andreas Gruber and Dublin Airport’s Head of Marketing Louise Bannon. The 1,701-kilometre sector will be served using a mixture of the airline’s A320s and A321s, with Aer Lingus providing competition.

Laudamotion Krakow

Laudamotion commenced operations on a route between Vienna and Krakow on 28 October, a 320-kilometre sector that the airline plans to serve four times weekly. Pictured cutting the ribbon to officially open the route at the Polish airport were:  Radoslaw Wloszek, CEO, Krakow Airport; Laudamotion Captain, Florian Konrad; Laudamotion Senior Flight Attendant,  Melanie Brunner; Mario-Michael Schöll, Deputy Head of Ground Operations & Security, Laudamotion; and Krzysztof Mazur, Director Krakow Branch, LS Airport services. The city pair is already served by Austrian Airlines.

Laudamotion Madrid

Laudamotion launched a daily operation between Vienna and Madrid on 28 October. Pictured receiving the Sachertorte from the crew, with the special version of the chocolate cake having been presented at every route launch by Laudamotion from the Austrian capital this week, is Mónica Prieto. Head of Airport Marketing and General Coordination Department, Aena. Iberia and Eurowings already offer multiple daily flights on the 1,802-kilometre airport pair.

Milan Bergamo Laudamotion

Milan Bergamo welcomed its newest airline partner Laudamotion on 28 October, with the airline launching a daily service from the Austrian capital to Italy’s third busiest airport, with the crew posing for the press.

Laudamotion Paris Beauvais

Laudamotion also commenced non-stop flights to Paris Beauvais from Vienna on 28 October a route it will operate three times weekly. The French capital airport held a small welcoming ceremony to greet its newest airline.

  • Laudamotion launched a major expansion from Vienna (VIE) on 28 October, commencing 15 routes that day, while it will add more services from the Austrian capital in the coming weeks. “With the inauguration of new routes by Laudamotion, passengers will have a even greater selection of travel destinations. This makes the winter flight schedule at Vienna Airport more multi-faceted than ever before. Laudamotion is on a growth path and will thus make a major contribution to the upcoming passenger record at Vienna Airport,” states Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO of Vienna Airport. Along with expansion from Vienna, the airline has commenced two new routes from Berlin Tegel (TXL) to Marrakech (RAK) and Naples (NAP) this week according to OAG data. Of the 17 routes launched by the carrier on 28 October, only four will not face direct competition. 
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Scheduled competition
28-Oct Berlin Tegel (TXL) Marrakech (RAK) B738 (2)  
Naples (NAP) B738 (5) easyJet (3)
Vienna (VIE) Barcelona (BCN) A32S (12) Vueling (12), Eurowings (8), LEVEL (2)
Bologna (BLQ) A32S (4) Austrian Airlines (18)
Bucharest (OTP) A32S (7) Austrian Airlines (30), TAROM (12)
Copenhagen (CPH) A321 (3) Austrian Airlines (28)
Dublin (DUB) A32S (7) Aer Lingus (7)
Faro (FAO) A320 (2) Eurowings (2)
Krakow (KRK) A32S (4) Austrian Airlines (13)
Larnaca (LCA) A32S (2) Austrian Airlines (11), LEVEL (3)
London Stansted (STN) A32S (14)  
Madrid (MAD) A32S (7) Iberia (21), Eurowings (6)
Marrakech (RAK) A32S (2) Air Arabia Maroc (2), Austrian Airlines (2), Corendon Airlines (1)
Milan Bergamo (BGY) A32S (7)  
Paris Beauvais (BVA) A32S (3)  
Rome Fiumicino (FCO) A32S (9) Eurowings (14), LEVEL (10), Wizz Air (6)
Valencia (VLC) A320 (4) Wizz Air (3), LEVEL (2)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 30 October. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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