Austrian resuming EX-YU operations

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Austrian Airlines will resume operations on June 15 after almost ninety days. The carrier has outlined its planned schedule for June, which will see it resume flights to Dubrovnik, Pristina, Sarajevo and Skopje between June 15 and June 21, as well as to Belgrade and Split between June 22 and June 28. Flights to Zagreb and Podgorica are currently not planned for next month. Austrian Airlines will take off to 37 destinations in the first two weeks of resuming flight operations, subject to new official restrictions, and offer an average of 5% capacity compared to the previous year. In the initial phase, the airline will primarily deploy smaller aircraft such as the Embraer 195 and Dash 8. Other destinations will be added in subsequent weeks. The airline is currently developing a flight schedule for July and will provide the relevant information in the near future. Passengers are required to wear a mouth-nose covering on board Austrian Airlines aircraft as well as at Vienna Airport.

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  1. Anonymous12:16

    I don't understand who will book a flight, if there are still restrictions with a two week quarantine from PRN to VIE.

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    1. Anonymous12:57

      You can get tested at the airport for €290. ;)

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    2. Anonymous13:53

      I have no official source to confirm this yet, but it is very probable that the mandatory quarantine/testing will also be terminated latest on June 15th.

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  2. Anonymous13:01

    This is such a gift for JU which seems to be doing well on BEG-VIE, they just announced a whole range of additional flights in June. Good PR for them while OS was sitting idle at VIE waiting for financial aid.

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  3. Anonymous13:04

    I wonder if they'll be even back in TGD, I guess YM can carry passengers the same way OU does from ZAG.

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  4. Anonymous13:07

    VIE-BEG resumes on 24.06 with four weekly flights onboard the E95. It will be the 13.10 departure from VIE.
    I suppose they have not yet finalized their July schedule as it has BEG as five daily.

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    1. Anonymous13:09

      Yes it says they still don't have a July schedule

      "The airline is currently developing a flight schedule for July and will provide the relevant information in the near future."

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    2. Anonymous13:12

      Well Anon 13.07 never said they finalized their July timetable.

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    3. Anonymous13:13

      I was just confirming your last sentence...

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    4. Anonymous13:14

      I don't think anyone expects them to fill five daily flights from BEG! LOL! Corona happened y'all

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  5. Anonymous13:08

    i almost forgot about them ccc

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    1. Anonymous13:12

      They are a pretty bland and forgettable airline, aren't they?

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    2. Anonymous13:41

      They are certainly not bland and forgettable for the airports they serve in ex-Yu and the numbers of passengers they bring.

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    3. Anonymous13:57

      they are actually essential to some

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    4. Anonymous14:13

      Just because they serve some airports in ex-YU doesn't mean they are fabulous. You have obviously never been on a premium airline like TK. Now that's a great airlines.

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    5. Anonymous14:24

      I have. And I was not discussing their onboard service.

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    6. Anonymous14:51

      me too. essential has nothing to do with onboard service as the previos guy said, you should broaden your english

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    7. Nemjee15:59

      Key word: some.
      Unfortunately OS' role is being slowly replaced by LH's MUC operations.

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    8. Anonymous16:23

      Wishful thinking. Vienna as hub is there to stay.

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    9. Nemjee16:31

      Who said it was going away?

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    10. Anonymous18:00

      @anon 14:13

      TK premium airline? Lol

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  6. Anonymous13:15

    Anyone know why ZAG and TGD are delayed?

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    1. Anonymous13:41

      It's questionable if TGD will resume at all. As for Zagreb they won't resume it straight away because it will be covered by Croatia Airlines (star and codeshare partner).

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  7. Anonymous17:06

    No word about their Zadar ops? (Also @admin)

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    1. Flights are rescheduled for July 1 but this is likely to change as the they are yet to finalise their July schedule. For now, the route is going ahead.

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