Better connections between Austrian regions
Austrian Airlines is also to offer clients more flights within Austria: from 1st March onwards, an extra morning flight will be travelling between Klagenfurt and Vienna. This means Austrian will now fly up to five times a day between Carinthia and the national capital. The extra flight to and from Linz already introduced in the winter schedule will naturally remain in place in the summer schedule. This means Austrian Airlines will fly to and from Upper Austria up to four times a day. Connections to and from Graz, Salzburg and Innsbruck, which are already extremely well developed, will continue to operate, as will the three flights a day the company operates to and from Altenrhein. This means the home carrier of Austrian businesses offers the optimal connections to and from the Vienna hub, and from there to around 130 destinations worldwide.
Mumbai aircraft to be used in Middle East
from summer onwards From the summer schedule, Austrian Airlines will be stopping its operations to and from Mumbai. In future, the long-haul aircraft previously used on this route, a Boeing 767, will be deployed on flights to and from Tel Aviv and to Tehran. Austrian Airlines continues to fly six times a week to New Delhi.
Tripoli back in flight schedule
From the summer schedule onwards, Austrian Airlines will be relaunching its flights to Libya, flying five times a week to and from Tripoli. Austrian was temporarily forced to stop flying to and from Libya in February 2011 due to political unrest in the country.