From mid-June, Austrian Airlines will elevate the onboard experience with an extended menu and distinctive display of food and drinks through its new long-haul catering approach, “Tastefully Austrian.”
Austrian Airlines is Austria’s largest airline, operating a worldwide network. A special focus has been set on central and Eastern Europe.
Since its founding in 1957, Austrian Airlines has transported over 305 million passengers.
About 6,000 employees ensure that actual an average of around 220 flights take off and arrive at their destination safely, every day. Hence, Austrian Airlines is the biggest employer in Eastern Austria.
The current fleet consists of 9 long-haul (Boeing 767 & 777) and 52 short & medium-haul (Airbus A320 Family & Embraer 195) aircraft.
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After a three-year-long break, due to the Corona pandemic, Austrian Airlines and their longstanding partner in catering DO & CO are planning the comeback of the “Flying Chefs” for the summer flight schedule of 2023.
During the Christmas holiday period, Austrian Airlines welcomed about 400,000 passengers on board, thus almost reaching the pre-crisis level.
From 1 June, Austrian Airlines will be flying to Linate Airport, which is close to the city center.
Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines and Brussels Airlines announced that travelers can rebook several times free of charge until the end of December 2020.
Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines are changing their ticket fare structure. With immediate effect, all fares and ticket prices can be rebooked – including, for example, the Zero Bag fare without hand baggage.