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OS8801 operated by SWISS INTERNATIONAL AIR LINES
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OS561 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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OS561 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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OS551 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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OS8805 operated by SWISS INTERNATIONAL AIR LINES
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OS553 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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OS565 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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OS8807 operated by SWISS INTERNATIONAL AIR LINES
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OS567 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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OS963 operated by AUSTRIAN AIRLINES
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Stay in Zurich

Stay in Zurich
Hotel Otter
And here's another hotel of the Swiss private label "Come in and feel good". While the Hotel Otter is 770 years old, neither its furniture nor its clientele are outdated. There's a lot of art everywhere, the rooms having been designed by various artists, so you won't get bored even at night time.   There is an African lodge with bamboo elements, a Japanese variant with the usual minimalism, a maritime room with blue-striped wallpaper or fancy single rooms. At the Hotel Otter they know that there are different strokes for different folk, so individualism ranks high here. But the clientele - somewhere between model and musician - has to live up to James Joyce's harsh dictum: "Love, lie and look good because tomorrow we have to die". There are no limits to the cravings for pleasure and the door is open to the bar. While the latter's name is "Wüste" (desert), it is no desert at all. Here, true Zurich people get together for Swiss chats and a genuine Swiss beer. Do you need more? Double room from 105 Euros per night.
Seehof
Hotel Widder

Sights in Zurich

Sights in Zurich
Museum
The Museum of Design holds everything its name promises, accommodating almost all kinds of art under its roof.  The collection comprises design, graphic art, posters and art, and if you don't know what that means we are eager to explain. What is exhibited here might be a TV from 1969, or an eggcup with salt shaker. But you can also see advertising material, film posters, a French perfume flacon, or even a cocktail dress here. Everything that's connected with design, everything that's art, everything that people do when they do art, is exhibited at this museum. While the artists are often anonymous, everything that's shown here - from make-up to burnt furniture - is definitely worth seeing. And if you want to know more about the topic you can participate in diverse workshops or talk shop with exhibition experts. And once you are leaving the museum again you can be sure that you've learned something new. So take your time!
Rote Fabrik
Bürkliplatz

Eat in Zurich

Eat in Zurich
Mohini
Balance is the key - Indians have known that for 5,000 years. If you stick to this method and eat Ayurveda, you are in line with the universe. That's the idea behind the Restaurant Mohini, completely devoted to striving for harmony.   And that's how it is done: Chef de Cuisine Valentin Schmid puts everything that the tongue can discern as taste in the pot, mixing bitter, sweet, hot, salty and sour in the right proportion. While he is the last to taste the meals, he keeps them hot three hours maximum, serving them only for lunch, because one shouldn't eat in the evening, and if at all, only light stuff. But lighter is not possible anyway: Zucchini with coriander, organic rice with tofu and mint tea make nutritionists hearts leap higher, promising meals that make guests find their balance, for sure. And if they haven't found it yet, the energy gained from so many vegetables is just fine for another city tour.   Meat eaters, by the way, need not have a bad conscience: Ayurveda allows beef and other meats on the plate, however, only for the very sick and the emaciated. The Mohini, however, does not offer nursing services and is strictly vegetarian.
Rigiblick
Yooji's

Shopping in Zurich

Shopping in Zurich
Orell Füssli
It's so typical: When you finally have time to read a book on your vacation, it's a boring book you've taken along. Either you've bought it somewhere shortly before your departure or you wanted to brag with it because it looked so good. Here comes our tip: The Orell Füssli Bookstore is centrally located and sells books that look good.   Also the inside looks good. The specialist for design, photography and architecture has anything that makes the hearts of art fans leap, from Andreas Gursky to Adolf Loos or to essays on genuine British cottages. And if you are in no hurry you enjoy coffee over Helmut Newton and talk shop with your neighbour from the other table. But if you are no friend of coffee-table books you will also find literature at Orell Füssli, along with books on Switzerland and a selection of French books at that.
LaLotta
Zero Zero

Top Questions

Up to how long before departure can I check in online?
Is there internet on board?
Yes, the myAustrian FlyNet, our WLAN on board. Currently selected planes from our Airbus family for short and medium distance connections are capable of offering the service. Reading and writing emails and WhatsApp-messages with friends and stream your new favourite video – with myAustrian FlyNet you are connected even above the clouds. You can connect to our WLAN when you board the plane and can choose between three different service packages when we reach cruising altitude.
What costs apply when changing a booking?
To change your booking details you pay a rebooking fee and a handling charge, depending on the type of ticket. If you rebook in a higher booking class you will also have to pay the difference between the original fare and the new one. As a general rule, you may rebook your ticket in the same booking class or a higher one ֠provided there are still seats available..
What do I need to do if my baggage is missing for more than 5 days?
In case we were unable to trace your baggage within 5 days we kindly ask you to fill in the "Baggage Questionnaire" form and send it to vielzos@austrian.com.
Please note: It is very important for our further tracking process that you provide a detailed list of the contents of your lost bag.