Austrian Airlines today announced that it strengthens its role as East-West carrier. With seven extra flights a week to St. Petersburg (Russia) and four extra flights a week to Chisinau (Moldova), the company will strengthen its role as East-West carrier in Austria.
In Eastern Europe, Austrian Airlines will increase its flights this coming summer with one flight a week from Vienna to each of its destinations in Amman (Jordan), Yerevan (Armenia), Sibiu (Romania) and Skopje (Macedonia).
In addition to this, the Austrian carrier will increase its product to Košice (Slovakia) by two flights a day. As the most important specialist carrier to Eastern Europe, Austrian Airlines is reacting with this expansion to the East to the increase in its North American product to Chicago, and consequently offering the perfect East-West connection.
Austrian Airlines is extending the North American product in its 2013 summer schedule: it will fly five times a week to Chicago using a Boeing 767 equipped with a completely new cabin with new full-flat seats in Business Class, modern Economy Class seats and a state-of-the-art inflight entertainment system.
That means Austrian Airlines will be offering up to 26 non-stop flights a week to North America next summer, flying daily to New York, Washington and Toronto.
The holiday flyer segment will offer numerous holiday destinations in the 2013 summer schedule. The focal points will be Italy and Greece, with destinations such as Palermo being added from 26th April, 2013 and Chios from 29th May, 2013.