|Top route||Vienna Intl to Zurich|
|Top airport||Vienna Intl|
I missed this flight due to short connection time and staff at the airport misguided me. They also carried by baggage without informing me. Total chaos.
This is a shitty airline company. No one takes no responsibility at all for nothing. I missed flight from Vienna to Riga. No body takes responsibility with all these three airlines involved. They messed up my baggage.
Luggage was directed only to the first step
~30 infants and small children crying and screaming constantly for the duration of a 10 hour flight. Also Austrian Airlines has terrible up-charge policies. A 10 hour flight *should include a single checked bag *for free*. Never again.
~30 infants and small children crying and screaming for the entire duration of a 10 hour flight.
My dream is to have little bit more comfortable seating. Seats are too hard. My travel involved three flights so I could definitely feel it. Food on the plane is a another one. On the flight from Toronto to Vienna the potato salad could be completely skipped (not so good). Instead I would add some fruit or other salad. Brownie in a plastic wrapping was not so easy to open.,There were lots of seniors and I noticed that they struggle little bit. Otherwise crew was friendly. Thanks so much for all the hard work!
Austria Airlines just not for me. Thought I will have a great experience, however it was the other way around. Every passenger on board had the same meal with no preference.
This was a really great overseas flight. The crew was very nice and attentive, the seat was comfortable (more than some planes) and the entertainment was pretty good. The flights left on-time, as well. There was no wifi on the plane which would’ve been helpful, especially if you are a business traveler.
At the gate in Vienna we were not permitted to enter seating area unless business class or wheelchair... this was very bad and actually impossible to understand. So uncomfortable! I have been all over the world and have actually never seen this policy. It is very bad for business and will hurt the airline’s reputation!
Confort is incredibly bad and crew is unfriendly and unresponsive Food is terrible
Seats way too small for a long flight .... food, just ok ... boarding somewhat disorganised.
Everything is good
Boarding was disorganized with crew having to check the visa status for us at the gates. Otherwise good flight
Food and confort is worse than ever
Flight left Berlin with ca. 20 min delay, but arrived to Vienna in time
The 2 hours delay in
Crew is amazing, food is good, when you need something they’re always there for you, we needed a baby bed and they gave us one and moved us to the front so the baby can lay down on her bed
Great crew as always
Crew was especially nice and attentive
No TV. Pay for checked bags. Pay for all food and drinks on plane.
So slow check in I wait on line 90 minutes
Low cost aircraft for business class pricing. Poor seat comfort. Basic food. No entertainment system. Almost no room for carry on.
Can’t find my flight
Everybody was very friendly and the Service was very good. Thank you
Better food, more often drinks, also didn’t receive luggage with me. Kept them behind
Bags did not come
Bags did not come
Austrian Airlines offers direct flights to 102 cities in 47 different countries. Zurich, Vienna, and Frankfurt am Main are the most popular cities covered by Austrian Airlines.
Austrian Airlines concentrates most of its flight operations in Vienna.
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Even though this airline has its hub in Austria, it flies to over 120 international destinations that are located across the globe. If you would like to explore Europe, you can book flights to destinations like Belgium, France, and Greece. For those hoping to travel to Asia, countries like Nepal, Japan, and India are popular options.
Austrian Airlines is a member of Star Alliance, one of the largest airline groups in the world that has many members, including Avianca and Asiana Airlines. Additionally, the company has created codeshare agreements with other airlines in order to diversify its flight paths, with some examples being Air Canada and Thai Airways.
When flying with this airline, there are three classes for you to choose from: Economy, Premium Economy, and Business. While Economy offers standard amenities, including snacks and drinks, Premium Economy will provide you with a particularly comfortable seat that has extra legroom. If you are interested in additional perks, opt for Business instead, as you will have priority boarding, a gourmet meal, free alcoholic beverages, pillows, and blankets.
Composed of over 80 planes, Austria Airlines’ fleet primarily features Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer. The Airbus A320-200 is used the most often and is reserved for medium-range voyages, due to the fact that it can fit approximately 160 to 180 passengers. For longer flights, the company chooses to use the Boeing 777-200ER, as it has an impressive fuel capacity and can fit over 300 passengers. For short domestic flights, the De Havilland Dash 8-400 is a popular option.