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Flights in Austria

Austria may be a small country, but it has an extensive air transport system. There are six airports strategically located in the country's biggest cities to serve locals and international travelers alike. Most of these airports are also near major attractions so that vacationers can have an easy time finding their way home. Annually, about 29 million passengers are known to fly in and out of the country. Vienna International airport is the main airport in Austria, and it accounts for around 24.4 million travelers using air transport. Other airports include Salzburg Airport, the second-largest airport in Austria, Innsbruck Airport, Linz Airport, Graz Airport, and Klagenfurt airport. Austrian Airlines fly to about six domestic destinations and more than 120 international destinations at various times of the year. Flights leave Vienna to London, Dublin, Athens, Egypt, Tokyo, Brussels, and Amsterdam. There are also others leaving Salzburg for Vienna. 

Booking with Omio

Booking flight tickets with Omio is super convenient for travelers. Passengers can compare flights in Austria to various different destinations, and the booking procedure is simple and straightforward. Download the app then compare the different flight routes available to and from the preferred destinations. For convenience, the application allows travelers to filter the flights depending by both price and flight duration. After choosing the routes, go ahead and pay for tickets, print, or download them. Alternatively, visit the Omio website, and book the tickets there. The entire process only takes a few seconds! The site comes in 12 languages; hence and the search platform also has an excellent team of customer service agents who are always willing to help in case assistance is required.

Flight companies in Austria

Austrian Airlines is a Lufthansa Group subsidiary and the flag carrier of Austria. It has a fleet size of 85, and its planes fly to over 130 different destinations. It has its headquarters in Schwechat, and its airline hubs are Graz Airport, Innsbruck Airport, and Salzburg Airport. Austrian Airline's destinations include Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb in Croatia, Kittilä in Finland, Greece and Norway. Anisec Luftfahrt airline is a subsidiary of vueling, a Spanish airline whose parent company is the International Airlines Group (IAG). Its first flight occurred in July 2018. Currently, it offers flights to 18 destinations, and its planes mainly run services between Vienna and Amsterdam. The airline operates its flights for LEVEL, a brand that has three IAG airlines. Eurowings Europe has its parent organization as the Lufthansa Group that started operating in 2016. Most of its routes are to and from Vienna, Pristina, Salzburg, and Palma de Mallorca. The airline also has other routes operating throughout the continent, but the starting location is always Vienna. easyJet Europe is a low-cost airline that has a fleet size of 173. The airline's destinations include Albania, Belgium, Croatia, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, France, Germany, Greece, and Italy. Lauda has Ryanair as its parent company, and its headquarters are in Schwechat, close to Vienna. As of now, it has 38 destinations, with its operating bases at Düsseldorf Airport, Stuttgart Airport, and Palma de Mallorca Airport. It also hopes to establish another base at Zadar Airport come March 2020. They have flights from Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Basel, and Düsseldorf to Ibiza, Málaga, and Majorca.

Popular international routes by flights in Austria

Most Austrian airlines leave Vienna to other cities such as Beijing, London, Cairo, Ankara, and so on. In most cases, the flights depart and arrive at Vienna International Airport, thought there are several other smaller airports in the country. Salzburg Airport has flights departing Salzburg city for Dublin, Moscow, Copenhagen, London Amsterdam, and Istanbul. It also connects passengers flying from the city to Berlin, Moscow as well as Newcastle.

When Arriving

Once you arrive in Austria, look for credible taxis to take you to your destination, or use a ridesharing app such as Uber. Also, since German is the official language in the region, become familiarized with a few terms to prevent yourself from feeling completely out of place. It also allows for smooth interaction with the locals. The Euro is the official currency in the country, so make sure to have some notes when you get there. Alternatively, credit cards are also ideal for making payments. 

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