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Austrian Airlines to Offer Over 80 Destinations for Winter 2022/23 Season

Austrian Airlines will offer service to over 80 destinations for the winter 2022/23 season, including new service to Marrakesh and Tromsø. The carrier will also serve Keflavik, Naples, Florence and Valencia, as well as Cancún, Mauritius and Malé.

Austrian Airlines Boeing 777-200ER - Courtesy Austrian Airlines

On Tuesday (July 5, 2022), Austrian Airlines revealed details of their winter 2022/23 flight program. The carrier will serve over 80 destinations, including all new service to Marrakesh and Tromsø. Keflavik in Iceland will also be offered for the first time in the winter schedule and will be available from January 11th and March 25, 2023, While service to Tromsø in Norway flights will operate from mid-December through the end of March 2023. The carrier will also consolidate their European network this autumn and winter with direct service from Vienna to Naples, Florence and Valencia.

In Tuesday’s announcment, Austrian Airlines’ Chief Commercial Officer, Michael Trestl, said,

“The extremely pleasingly good booking situation in summer gave us plenty of momentum. The great demand for holiday flights also continues in autumn and winter. This is why we will be flying to the long-haul tourist destinations in the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean much earlier in the winter flight schedule this year than in previous years, namely from October 17.”

Austrian Airlines’ winter long-haul routes from Vienna include warm weather holiday hotspots such as Cancún, Mauritius and Malé, as well as daily service to Bangkok, Thailand. The carrier will also offer service between Vienna and both New York airports (JFK and Newark), as well as to Washington D.C. and Chicago.

Source: Austrian Airlines


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