Vienna Airport’s upcoming summer flight schedule offers a wide range of travel options for passengers, including numerous European and Mediterranean destinations as well as long-haul routes.
Hot summer 2023 of Austrian Airlines
Austrian Airlines, for example, will be serving a total of 124 destinations, including recently added ones like Porto, Marseille, Billund, and Tivat.
Additionally, the Austrian airline is once again offering non-stop flights to Los Angeles and Tokyo. Ryanair is introducing Helsinki, Copenhagen, and Tuzla to its list of destinations departing from Vienna. Wizz Air, with a total of 39 destinations now available, is stationing a sixth aircraft in Vienna in mid-June, and new destinations like Bilbao, Kuwait City, and Hurghada have been added to its list.
Air India is also resuming flights to Delhi, while Air Canada, Air China, China Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, and Korean Air are increasing their flight connections. Moreover, Air Algerie and Condor are back at Vienna Airport. The 2023 summer flight schedule will be effective from March 26 to October 20.
“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. 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,”
— states Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO of Vienna Airport.
124 destinations of Austrian Airlines
In the upcoming summer season, Austrian Airlines is set to fly to a total of 124 destinations, including new locations like Porto, Marseille, Billund, Tivat, Palermo, Vilnius, and Tromsø. With over 40 sunny destinations and nearly 300 weekly flights to the Mediterranean region, the airline provides a plethora of options for sunseekers.
Additionally, the airline offers an extensive selection of long-haul flights, such as non-stop flights to Los Angeles and Tokyo, and year-round flights to Chicago, New York, Washington, Montreal, Shanghai, and Bangkok.
Ryanair flights to 75 destinations departing from Vienna
As part of the summer flight schedule, the Irish airline is increasing the number of flights by 10%, with more than 80 weekly flights available. Newly added destinations like Copenhagen, Helsinki, and Tuzla are now served by the airline from Vienna Airport.
Moreover, frequencies are being increased to over 30 destinations, including popular sunny and city locations such as Barcelona, Ibiza, Milan, Rome, and Venice. Ryanair is stationing a total of 19 aircraft at Vienna Airport.
Wizz Air’s 39 destinations from Vienna
In mid-June, Wizz Air will station a sixth A321neo aircraft at Vienna Airport, and during the summer season, the airline will fly to 39 destinations, including new locations like Bilbao, Kuwait City, and Hurghada.
Over the past few months, the airline has significantly expanded its service offerings to the East, launching new routes to cities such as Riad, Dammam, Jeddah, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Yerevan, Gatwick, Kukes, Madeira, and Eilat. Additionally, Wizz Air will operate flights to popular summer destinations like Sharm El Sheikh, Chania, Corfu, Zakynthos, Dubrovnik, and Split. Overall, Wizz Air will be offering flights from Austria to 39 destinations across 26 countries in the upcoming summer season.
New routes from Vienna by Air Cairo, Condor and Air Algerie
Air Cairo has added Marsa Alam to its flight schedule. Furthermore, Air Algerie is resuming flight services to Algiers, Algeria. During the summer season, Condor will fly passengers to popular holiday islands such as Mallorca, Keta, and Rhodes.
Long-distance flights from Vienna are increasing
Vienna Airport is now offering more long-haul flight options, as Air India has resumed operations between Vienna and Delhi, with three flights per week since February, following a break of nearly three years due to the pandemic.
Other airlines such as Air Canada, Air China, China Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, and Korean Air are also increasing their flight frequencies on existing routes, providing more options for passengers traveling to destinations such as Toronto, Beijing, Taipei, Addis Abeba, and Seoul.
Austrian Airlines is your perfect travel partner for exploring Europe! With its extensive flight network covering more than 120 destinations, including new routes to Porto, Marseille, Billund, and Tivat, you can easily discover the cultural diversity and scenic beauty of different European cities.
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, Austrian Airlines offers the convenience of direct flights to major European cities like London, Paris, Rome, and Amsterdam.
And finally, you can browse all flights to Vienna from any location in the world, compare the prices of airfares and get the cheapest deals for your trip. And if you are going to arrive in Vienna, you would need to find a convenient transfer from Vienna Airport.