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Vienna Airport Announces Exciting Summer 2024 Destinations

Vienna Airport is set to launch its 2024 summer flight schedule, offering travelers an expansive selection of 190 global destinations.

The Summer Schedule, effective from March 31 to October 26, 2024, includes a wide array of destinations across Europe, the Mediterranean, and several long-haul routes, indicating a robust recovery in international travel.

Austrian Airlines, the flagship carrier, will operate flights to over 120 destinations, introducing service to Boston, Bremen, and Tbilisi. The airline is reinstating non-stop flights to Los Angeles and Tokyo, emphasizing its commitment to connecting Austria with the world. This expansion serves not only leisure travelers but also bolsters Austria’s accessibility to business and tourism sectors globally.

The carrier has increased flight frequencies to several Mediterranean and European cities, offering passengers a plethora of choices for holiday destinations and city breaks. Additionally, Austrian Airlines is enhancing travel comfort by incorporating the Dreamliner into its fleet, starting with flights to New York and Chicago in mid-2024.

Ryanair is ramping up its offerings from Vienna Airport with up to 80 destinations, powered by a fleet of 19 aircraft. The airline has added new destinations such as Rijeka, Olbia, Tirana, and Split to its summer schedule, expecting to serve seven million passengers in Austria during this period. This expansion includes increased flight frequencies to popular destinations like Rhodes, Dublin, and Santorini.

Wizz Air continues to grow its presence at Vienna Airport, flying to 29 destinations with a focus on the Middle East. The airline operates five A321neo aircraft and has increased summer frequencies to cities such as Tirana, London-Gatwick, and Barcelona. Wizz Air’s operation highlights the airline’s commitment to providing accessible and varied travel options from Vienna.

Eurowings is extending its network from Vienna to Germany by adding Berlin to its route portfolio. With 11 weekly flights, the airline ensures a convenient connection between the Austrian and German capitals, offering travelers up to two flights per day. This expansion underlines Eurowings’ role in enhancing the connectivity between these important European cities.

The long-haul flight offering from Vienna is also expanding, with All Nippon Airways (ANA) resuming flights to Tokyo and airlines like Air China, Air Canada, and Qatar Airways increasing their services. This expansion is a testament to Vienna Airport’s role as a crucial hub for international travel, connecting Austria with destinations across the globe.

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