|Airline||Austrian Airlines||Major Routes||Main airports in Austria to/from London Heathrow Airport, Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, Airport Frankfurt am Main, Milano Malpensa Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Beijing Capital International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, etc.|
|Official Site||https://www.austrian.com/||Check-In Counter||
|Year Established||1957||Main Destinations||Vienna, Salzburg, Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Munich, Paris, Rome, Zurich, Zagreb, Istanbul, Beijing, Tokyo, New York, etc.|
|Frequent Flyer Program||Miles & More|
Austrian Airlines started its operational career on March 31, 1950. It was founded in 1957 by the merger of Air Austria and Austrian Airways, but the idea of the airline was first proposed by Walter Barda-Bardenau and it got approved on May 3, 1923 by the Austrian Government. Austrian Airlines offers its services both domestically and internationally. Vienna International Airport in Schewechat is the head office of Austrian Airlines. Air ticket holders can choose to fly to 6 domestic and 130 international destinations in addition to seasonal routes to 55 countries.
* Please ensure to check the official website of Austrian Airlines for updated and detailed information for checked baggage.
* Please ensure to check the official website of Austrian Airlines for updated and detailed information for carry-on baggage.
With On-Board WiFi of Austrian Airlines, you can access the internet. Pamphlets onboard provide information on how to setup WiFi once the plane takes off.
My experience with Austrian Airlines was too good. I enjoyed my journey with their special on board services. On board Wi-Fi is a great luxury for passengers who want to enjoy their reading stuff on flight. From booking my air ticket to safely reaching my destination I enjoyed Austrian Airlines services a lot.
I mostly use Austrian Airlines for my international routes, for me it’s a best fit airline for international flights. I visited many countries with Austrian Airlines flights and almost all experiences were pretty much good expect a few. It provides many international routes with quality services. I never feel regret whenever I booked an air ticket with Austrian Airlines.
A. There are many ways you can spend miles, such as for shopping, purchasing air tickets, upgrading your seat and purchasing gift cards. For more details please visit their Miles and More website.
Austrian Airlines has a frequent flyers program and the program has a variety of ways for you to acquire miles like shopping at selected stores, using taxi services, and booking an air ticket. You can earn miles on Austrian Airlines flights and by registering for a Miles and More card. These collected miles can be used towards air ticket fees and also to upgrade your seat, among other things.
Austrian Airlines offers a web check-in service so you can book your air ticket and check in online. Through web check-in, you can see all available seats and can book your desired seat. After booking your air ticket, you will receive your boarding details on your mobile device which can be printed easily on any available printer. Air ticket holders with any check-in baggage must drop-off the baggage at the service counter and present your boarding pass at the Austrian Airlines drop-off counter.
For domestic flights economy, economy class air ticket holders can check in before 45 minutes of flight departure at the service counter or kiosks. Business class air ticket holders can check-in before 30 minutes of flight departure.
For international flights, economy class air ticket holders can check-in before 45 to 75 minutes of flight departure at the service counter or kiosks. Business class air ticket holders can check-in before 30 to 75 minutes of flight departure.