Sun, snow or city trip: 160 destinations to choose from in the 2023/24 winter flight schedule – New airlines and travel destinations as well as frequency increases at Vienna Airport
The new winter flight schedule will soon be in effect at Vienna Airport. A large number of sunny and city destinations as well as snowy winter destinations are available to travelers. Austrian Airlines serves 86 destinations including new ones such as Rovaniemi and Kittlä in Finnish Lapland and Seville in Spain as well as seasonal non-stop flights to the Maldives, Mauritius and Cancún. Ryanair has added Treviso and Warsaw to its route network from Vienna and is flying to a total of 55 destinations. 27 destinations can be reached with Wizz Air, including the launch of flight service to Bilbao and Hurghada. Recently Aeroitalia inaugurated flights to Vienna and serves Ancona on the Adriatic Coast. Jet2.com is back in Vienna with a seasonal offering to Manchester as well as flights to Birmingham starting in November. Air China, Etihad, Ethiopian Airlines and Qatar are increasing frequencies. The 2023/24 winter slight schedule is valid from 20 October 2023 until 31 March 2024.
“The offering at Vienna Airport is growing. With new airlines, exciting destinations and more long-haul routes, the 2023/24 winter flight schedule leaves nothing to be desired. With 160 destinations, the airport offers a great range of flights. In addition to a large selection of flights, passengers have an even greater variety of restaurants and shops for the time before departure, for example the new Panorama Bar and the Worldshop recently opened by Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa. We also offer travelers an extensive range of useful and supportive services to ensure even more comfortable departures and arrivals at Vienna Airport,” states Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO of Vienna Airport.
Austrian Airlines offers 86 destinations, adding Seville, Rovaniemi and Kittlä to its route network
Austria’s home carrier is targeting 86 destinations in the winter season, including three new and exciting ones. For the first time, Rovaniemi, the official home of Santa Claus in Lapland in Northern Finland, can be reached by air from Vienna alongside Kittlä, a popular place for winter sports in this region. Sun seekers will get their money’s worth in Southern Spain when they fly to the Flamenco capital of Seville in Andalusia. Travelers also have a broad selection of long-haul destinations. Accordingly, the airline is offering non-stop flights once again to the Maldives, Mauritius and Cancún. Flight service to Chicago, New York, Newark, Washington, Montreal, Shanghai and Bangkok is available to passengers throughout the year.
Ryanair serves 55 destinations from Vienna with a fleet of 18 aircraft
The Irish airline is offering new routes in the winter flight schedule 2023/24 and frequency increases for 20 flight connections. Ryanair is launching flight service to the city of Traviso in Northern Italy as well as to Warsaw in Poland, and higher frequencies to 20 sunny holiday and city destinations such as Athens, London, Malta and Milan. Ryanair is stationing a total of 18 aircraft in Vienna.
Wizz Air flies to 27 destinations and deploys six aircraft in Vienna
Since mid-June, WIZZ has been operating six state-of-the-art A321neo aircraft taking off from Vienna Airport. On balance, Wizz Air is flying to 27 destinations from Austria this winter, including the two new destinations of Bilbao, Spain and Hurghada, Egypt since the summer.
New in Vienna: Aeroitalia flies to Ancona on the Adriatic Coast
Vienna Airport has had a new airline partner since September. Aeroitalia operates two weekly flights connecting Ancona on the Adriatic Coast to Vienna. As of October 2023, Jet2.com has once again resumed seasonal flights to Manchester and has added the Vienna-Birmingham route to its offering starting in November. Furthermore, Azerbaijan Airlines has been represented in Vienna since May, as it operates flights to Baku, and Air Cairo launched flights to Marsa Alam in March of this year.
Expanded medium-haul and long-haul offering from Vienna
Air China, for example, is increasing the existing offering of flight connections by deploying a larger aircraft to Peking. Etihad is now offering daily flights to Abu Dhabi and Ethiopian Airlines is flying once a day to Addis Abeba. Africa’s largest airline also operates four weekly flights to Copenhagen. Qatar flights to Doha take off twice each day in the 2023 winter season.
Information on travelling to the airport and parking, shops and restaurants, security checks, services for departure and arrival as well as other useful travel tips can be found on the Vienna Airport website at www.viennaairport.com.
Press Office of Flughafen Wien AG
Peter Kleemann, Company Spokesman
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