Starting on Wednesday 1st July Ryanair will open 67 routes to and from Austria as part of the company’s post-Covid Summer 2020 schedule. Its Vienna base will offer 64 routes, including summer services to Rome, Faro, Athens, among many others.
“Ryanair is pleased to open 67 new routes to/from Austria starting from 1 July, as part of our Summer 2020 schedule,” Ryanair Group CEO, Michael O’Leary, said. “Our Vienna base will serve 64 routes, with airfares starting at less than 10 euros one way.”
This Wednesday we're back with 1000 daily flights 🙌— Ryanair (@Ryanair) June 29, 2020
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Following the reopening of Lauda’s Vienna A320 base on 1 July, Ryanair will operate to/from Vienna on a mixture of Boeing and Airbus aircraft.
Ryanair’s Austria 2020 schedule will offer 64 Vienna routes including:
- Over 25 summer destination including Faro, Malaga, Malta, Naples & Palma.
- Over 20 city break destinations including Dublin, Milan, Madrid, Lisbon & Warsaw.
The company will also operate 2 routes to/from Salzburg and 1 route to/from Klagenfurt.