Vienna Airport announces summer schedule with 190 destinations
Vienna Airport has announced its summer schedule, which includes 190 destinations with more flights to Europe, more destinations in the Mediterranean, and long-haul routes continuing to grow.
Austrian Airlines is offering services to 124 destinations, including new routes such as Porto, Marseille, Billund and Tivat, and is once again flying non-stop to Los Angeles and Tokyo. Ryanair has added Helsinki, Copenhagen and Tuzla to its offering from Vienna for the first time.
A total of 39 destinations, including new routes such as Bilbao, Kuwait City and Hurghada, can now be reached with Wizz Air, and the airline will station a sixth aircraft in Vienna starting in mid-June.
Air India has resumed service to Delhi and Air Canada, Air China, China Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Korean Air are increasing their flight connections. A new carrier, Azerbaijan Airlines, will be offering flights from Vienna, and Air Algerie and Condor are represented at Vienna Airport once again.
“People want to travel and there is plenty of opportunity at Vienna Airport to do so: 190 destinations, new airlines and long-haul is picking up again,” said Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO, Vienna Airport. “In the summer months, the seating capacities offered will equal about 90% of the pre-crisis level. High quality service is also a top priority this summer. We want to continue to be among the best when it comes to the most punctual flight hubs in Europe. For this reason, we are hiring 350 additional employees for passenger-related services. In 2022 we were the third most punctual and in January even the second-best hub in Europe. We would like to defend this position in the future as well.”
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