As winter approaches, Vienna Airport is gearing up to welcome travelers with its impressive 2023/24 winter flight schedule.
Overall, the scheduling which is set to kick in this weekend, will see 160 destinations to choose from, boosted flight frequencies, as well as new airlines and travel options.
Vienna Airport: Winter 23/24 Overview
Vienna Airport, often referred to as Flughafen Wien, is one of Europe’s leading airports, and for a good reason. With the 2023/24 winter flight schedule, Vienna Airport boasts an impressive 160 destinations, making it a traveler’s paradise.
Austrian Airlines is at the forefront of Vienna Airport’s winter schedule, serving an impressive 86 destinations. What’s more, they’ve added some exciting locations to their route network.
You can now explore the official home of Santa Claus in Lapland, Rovaniemi, or enjoy winter sports in Kittlä, all with the convenience of direct flights from Vienna.
If you’re in the mood for some sunshine, why not head to Seville in Spain? Austrian Airlines has got you covered.
And for those with a penchant for long-haul travel, non-stop flights to destinations like the Maldives, Mauritius, and Cancún await. But the excitement doesn’t end there; throughout the year, you can hop on flights to Chicago, New York, Newark, Washington, Montreal, Shanghai, and Bangkok.
Ryanair is another airline that’s stepping up its game. With 55 destinations on their roster and an impressive fleet of 18 aircraft stationed at Vienna Airport, they’re making it easier than ever to explore Europe.
In the winter flight schedule 2023/24, Ryanair introduces new routes to Treviso in Italy and Warsaw in Poland, making it a perfect choice for those who want to combine winter charm with European city escapes.
Plus, they’ve increased frequencies on 20 flight connections, so you’ll have even more options when planning your next adventure.
Wizz Air is making waves with its six state-of-the-art A321neo aircraft operating from Vienna Airport. This winter, they’ll be flying to 27 destinations, including two newcomers: Bilbao in Spain and Hurghada in Egypt.
Whether you’re into cultural exploration or beach getaways, Wizz Air’s expanding network has something for every traveler.
Aeroitalia and Jet2.com: New Players in Vienna
Aeroitalia, Vienna Airport’s new airline partner, is now connecting Ancona on the Adriatic Coast to Vienna. And that’s not all; Jet2.com is back in Vienna, offering seasonal flights to Manchester and launching flights to Birmingham in November.
These additions provide even more options for those looking to explore the UK and beyond.
More Medium-Haul and Long-Haul Options
Vienna Airport’s 2023/24 winter flight schedule has something for everyone, including those with a taste for far-off adventures.
Air China is increasing its flight offerings with larger aircraft to Beijing. Etihad now offers daily flights to Abu Dhabi, making it a convenient choice for connecting to long-haul destinations. Ethiopian Airlines is flying daily to Addis Ababa, with four weekly flights to Copenhagen. And for
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