Austrian Airlines is the country's national carrier. The airline was acquired by the Lufthansa Group in 2008 and is now a fully owned subsidiary of that company. The airline has its major hub at Schwechat's Vienna International Airport, which also serves as its headquarters.
Business Class- Passengers traveling in business class can unwind in comfort and luxury while conducting business. The guests can select from a range of hot and cold meals, and the recliner seats have built-in USB outlets.
Premium Economy Class- The comfort and roomy dimensions are taken into consideration when designing Premium Economy seats. Additionally, the wide chairs feature adjustable headrests.
Economy Class- There are conventional seats in the economy class cabin with lots of legroom and on-demand in-flight entertainment.
In Flight Amenities
Every modern amenity is available on Austrian Airlines flights, including in-flight entertainment systems with access to audio and video, lounges, and on-board catering facilities that serve delectable meals. Onboard cooks provide the dishes for business class. All of the passengers can use the video-on-demand feature. On a regular basis, tea and coffee are available to you on board.
Fleet & Destinations
Along with their airline partners Lauda Air and Austrian Arrows, Austrian Airlines offers service to 130 locations in 66 nations. With its headquarters in Vienna and a concentration on Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East, Austrian Airlines serves as a hub between East and West. The fleet is 6.2 years old on average. Its fleet of aircraft flies to a variety of locations throughout the world, including Airbus A321, 320, 319, Boeing 777, 767, 737, Fokker 100, 70, Bombardier Q400, Q300, and Canadair Jet.