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Austrian Airlines Increases Number of Flights to Tel Aviv


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• Up to four additional weekly flights from Vienna to Tel Aviv in the summer flight schedule 2018
• Up to eleven additional flights per week in the winter flight schedule 2018/19
• Evaluation of further increase in capacities

Austrian Airlines will fly 18 times each week from Vienna to Tel Aviv starting with the new summer flight schedule which takes effect on March 25, 2018. This means up to four additional frequencies per week compared to the prior-year period. In the winter 2018/19 flight schedule, Austria’s national airline will further increase capacities: Austrian Airlines will fly up to 21 times per week to the Israeli metropolis on the Mediterranean, comprising a doubling of the number of flights compared to the 2017/18 winter flight schedule. The airline is currently assessing whether to further expand flight services from Vienna to Tel Aviv.

“Tel Aviv is an important destination for us – not only as a direct flight connection, but also for transfer traffic”, explains Austrian Airlines CCO Andreas Otto. “These additional capacities will also strengthen our long-haul flight connections, for example to the USA.”

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