Austrian Airlines to add new Vienna-Boston service

An Austrian Airlines Boeing 767 climbs after takeoff.
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Set to commence in July 2024, Austrian Airlines is poised to inaugurate a year-round nonstop flight from Vienna to Boston, marking a significant milestone in the carrier’s expansion strategy.

With an initial plan to operate up to six flights per week on a year-round basis, this new international route promises smooth connectivity between Austria and Boston on the East Coast of the United States.

The new long-haul route will be operated by the carrier’s Boeing 767-300 fleet.

Long-Haul Expansion

Michael Trestl, the Chief Commercial Officer of Austrian Airlines, exudes enthusiasm as he unveils the airline’s strategic move. “We are thrilled to announce Boston as a new and highly attractive destination,” he declares.

This expansion not only enriches the airline’s long-haul portfolio but also fortifies the position of Vienna as a prominent international hub.

Boston’s allure lies in its rich tapestry of academic institutions, vibrant business landscape, and undeniable charm.

Home to prestigious universities such as Harvard and MIT, the city beckons travelers with its intellectual vibrancy and cultural richness. Moreover, its robust business connections make it an enticing destination for professionals and entrepreneurs alike.

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Flight Scheduling

Spanning approximately 6,500 kilometers with a travel time of about 9 hours, the Vienna to Boston route offers unparalleled convenience for travellers, especially those on business.

Operating on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, along with every second Tuesday, the flight schedule caters to diverse travel preferences.

Departing from Vienna at 10:40 am and arriving in Boston at 1:50 pm local time, the journey promises efficiency and comfort for passengers.

Expanding Intercontinental Reach

With the addition of Boston, Austrian Airlines expands its intercontinental network to encompass a total of 19 destinations worldwide.

Boasting connectivity to over 125 cities globally in 2024, the airline reaffirms its commitment to facilitating seamless travel experiences for passengers.

Michael Trestl emphasizes, “The expansion of our long-haul network reinforces our standing as Vienna’s premier airline, fostering greater connectivity for both business and leisure travelers.”

Photo: Austrian Airlines B777, Paine Field WA USA: By Austrian Airlines (, CC BY-SA 2.0,
Photo: By Austrian Airlines (, CC BY-SA 2.0,

Austrian Airlines, also known as Austrian or AUA, is the flag carrier of Austria and a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group.

The carrier boasts a strong regional network within Europe, with destinations in all major countries and many smaller ones. It also offers long-haul flight services to North America, Asia, and Africa.

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Set to commence in July 2024, Austrian Airlines will inaugurate a new year-round nonstop service from Vienna to Boston.
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