Austria plane tickets & flights
Popular ski and mountain travel destination, but also famous for its gastronomy, beautiful architecture and its elegant capital, Vienna.
Austria also has a well developed internal and international airline travel system. We are taking a look at the flight possibilities (airports, airlines and destinations) in this small guide.
Several weekly flights between the big cities of Graz, Vienna, Linz and some others.
Intense air traffic linking Vienna/Wien to the rest of Europe and the World. Every serious European airline reaches Vienna.
Airlines serving Austria
Austria's flag carrier.
Outside of the "old continent", the Austrian Airlines Group (including subsidies) serves: Cairo (Egypt), Tripoli (Libya), Delhi (India), Male (the Maldives), Astana (Kazakhstan), Bangkok (Thailand), Yerevan (Armenia), Baku (Azerbaijan), Larnaca (Cyprus), Tehran (Iran), Erbil (Iraq), Amman (Jordan), Jeddah and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), Damascus (Syria), Dubai (UAE), 6 Russian cities (Sochi, Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Moscow, Rostov-na-Donu, Saint Petersburg), Toronto (Canada), New York and Washington D.C. (United States of America), Punta Cana (Dominican Republic).
Small Austrian charter airline serving the city of Salzburg.
Flies to several nearby European destinations. The location are often changing, therefore consult the company website for the latest information.
Serves 33 destinations, which are primarily vacation destinations.
This airline was bought by Austrian Airlines and is currently part of the Austrian Airlines Group.
For details about destinations read the Austrian Airlines section.
Austria's leading low cost airline that was one of the first such enterprises launched in the Central European region.
Has hubs at Vienna International Airport, Salzburg Airport.
Even has a frequent flyer program called "topbonus".
Is allied with the large Air Berlin carrier from Germany.
The airline has 28 destinations in Europe and 4 in Egypt: Hurghada, Luxor, Marsa Alam, Sharm el-Sheikh.
Unusual name for an Austrian carrier, indeed...
In 2009 it had a fleet of 4. Destinations were 4: Graz and Klagenfurt in Austria, Stuttgart in Germany, Zürich in Switzerland.
The airline's base is at Graz Airport.
Subsidiary of Austrian Airlines, a Star Alliance member airline with hub at Vienna International Airport and focus cities Innsbruck and Salzburg.
Flies to 72 destinations within Europe.
Tyrolean Jet Services
Small airline operating business flights, mostly on request.
The company is based in the city of Innsbruck
Small airline based in Innsbruck.
Flies to Graz (Austria), Innsbruck (Austria), Nice/Nizza (France), Hannover (Germany), Olbia (Italy), Stavanger (Norway), Göteborg/ Gothenburg (Sweden).
Various other carriers
Vienna especially is very well connected to the rest of Europe's capitals and many of its major cities.
Destinations, major airports in Austria
Graz Thalerhof Airport
Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport
Linz Blue Danube Airport
Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport
Vienna International Airport
Last modified/updated: November 20, 2009