Flying to Austria

Flying into Vienna is one way to start your holiday in Austria. However if you plan to visit the western provinces of Austria like Tirol, Salzburg, Vorarlberg and the ski resorts, flying into Zurich or Munich are great alternatives. From there it’s just a short train ride to your destination.

Austrian Airlines
Austrian operates daily flights to Vienna via Bangkok with code share partner Thai Airways from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane (six times a week from Perth). Connect six times a week to Vienna via Beijing with partner airline Air China from Sydney and four times from Melbourne. Austrian flies to over 130 destinations worldwide via Vienna, the perfect gateway to Europe. Austrian is part of the Lufthansa group and includes convenient connections and combinations with Lufthansa and Swiss.

Convenient connecting flights from Vienna to Salzburg, Innsbruck, Graz, Klagenfurt and Linz are available.

Reservations: 1300 655 727
www.austrian.com

Emirates
Fly Emirates from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide (new from November 2012) via Dubai to Vienna, the heart of Europe. Emirates’ stunning onboard facilities include a state-of-the-art entertainment system with up to 1200 channels, gourmet food and wine service for all passengers, and generous baggage allowances including 30kg in Economy class.

Emirates and Qantas have just announced a major cooperation due to start in April 2013.

Reservations: 1300 303 777
www.emirates.com/au

Further connections:
Qatar Airways (four weekly services from Melbourne via Doha) www.qatarairways.com
Korean Air (three weekly services from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne via Korea) www.koreanair.com
Eva Airways (two weekly services from Brisbane via Taipei) www.evaair.com

Several other carriers fly to Austria via their European hubs. For example connect to Austria’s cities such as Salzburg, Innsbruck, Graz, Linz via London or Frankfurt.

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