Austrian Airlines resumes long-haul (long) flights starting July 1. See the first destinations!
Austrian Airlines is preparing for the major resumption of operations. After a 90-day break, Austrian Airlines announced the resumption of flights starting June 15, 2020. The focus is on European destinations and Tel Aviv.
The operational plan includes 40 destinations by the end of June. From July 1, it will resume flights to other European destinations: Bologna, Florence, Moscow, Podgorica, Rome, Sibiu, Venice, Cairo and Zagreb. Plus some holiday destinations: Chania, Corfu, Heraklion, Karpathos, Kos, Rhodes, Santorini and Zakynthos.
And also from July 1, Austrian Airlines plans to resume long-haul (long) flights to Bangkok, Chicago, New York and Washington. The first long-haul flight will be operated on July 1, destined for New York.
We remind you that the flights Bucharest - Vienna will be resumed from June 18. And the flights Sibiu - Vienna will be resumed from July 7. In theory, after July 1, it will be possible to travel from Bucharest (after July 7 from Sibiu) to Bangkok, Chicago, New York and Washington via Vienna with Austrian Airlines. It is very important to find out about travel and entry restrictions in the destination country!