Vienna - Cancun with Austrian Airlines, from October 24, 2021.
Austrian Airlines is already preparing for the winter season with a comprehensive tourist offensive. Starting October 24, 2021, the Austrian carrier will take off twice a week to Cancun, in sunny Mexico. The last flight to this holiday destination was in 2006.
Sales Director Michael Trestl is optimistic about the future: "People long for vacations, long-distance and long-distance travel. Therefore, we will focus on attractive long-distance destinations in the winter program to satisfy the desire of our passengers. I am confident that by then many people around the world will be vaccinated, and travel will be possible again without severe restrictions. "
Vienna - Cancun with Austrian Airlines from October 24, 2021.
On Thursdays and Saturdays, the flights will be as follows:
OS61 Vienna 10:40 - 16:40 Cancun
OS62 Cancun 18:05 - 11:30 Vienna +1
Austrian Airlines will increase the frequency of flights to all exotic destinations.
Mauritius will also be reintroduced into the flight schedule this winter after a break caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Austrian Airlines will operate up to three flights a week to the Indian Ocean island.
One more flight a week to the Maldives will be added, with the frequency of flights to Male reaching three a week. Cape Town will also return to the operational program, with two flights a week. The Austrian carrier will use a Boeing 777 aircraft to all four destinations.
Austrian Airlines has adapted its General Conditions of Carriage (GTC) to the new emergency ordinance adopted by the Austrian government, which regulates mandatory wearing of FFP2 masks without valve in the means of transport. The obligation to wear masks thus applies, inter alia, on board aircraft and at all Austrian airports.