• Austrian red|up: upgrade when making your booking or later
• Upgrade for flights in Europe from 149 euros – or 10,000 miles
• Give Business Class a try: also available for one-way flights
• Business travellers can now upgrade themselves
With Austrian’s new redup service, Economy Class passengers can now enjoy the benefits of Business Class more quickly and easily than ever before: if you don’t need full ticket flexibility, for example, but value the Business Class comfort, you can simply book an Economy Ticket with the upgrade in a single process at www.austrian.com. Passengers who are undecided can also upgrade later online – up to a few hours before departure. The upgrade can also be organised at travel agencies. And passengers who decide on the spur of the moment that they would like an upgrade can even use redup with Web Check-in: the offer is available as long as there are sufficient numbers of Business Class seats free. Redup can be used on all scheduled flights operated by Austrian with an OS flight number. Using it lets you fly Business Class without paying the full price.
Give Business Class a try: upgrade when booking or later
Passengers who have always wanted to experience the benefits of Business Class can now try out this new option: redup lets you upgrade when booking without paying the full Business Class price for your flight. You can also upgrade for just one leg of an Austrian return flight. And if you’re still undecided at the time of booking your ticket, you can upgrade later at any time by giving your booking code and name up to a few hours before departure – all at www.austrian.com.
Treat yourself to comfort at short notice with Web Check-in
After a stressful day at work or on the way to your holiday, you can simply relax and enjoy the comfort – by upgrading at the last minute with Web Check-in. Check in, upgrade, choose a seat – and treat yourself.
Upgrading with Miles & More award miles
You need 10,000 miles to upgrade with Miles & More award miles within Europe. The Miles & More Service Center will help you organise this by telephone, or you can book online at www.miles-and-more.at. To do so, you need an issued ticket, a booking code, a Miles & More service card number and a Miles & More PIN code.
Value-for-money options for business travellers using new travel guidelines
Former Business Class passengers who now have to fly Economy Class due to new travel guidelines at their companies can now organise the upgrade themselves quickly and easily using redup at www.austrian.com. All you need to do this are your name, a booking code and your own credit card.
Austrian red|up – not just any old Business Class ticket
The Austrian redup differs from a full-value Business Class ticket in that it features the Economy Class luggage allowance limit (1 item weighing 23 kg), and it is bound by the rebooking and cancellation conditions of the chosen Economy fare. It always includes the following:
• Luggage drop-off at Business Class desk
• Fast lane in Austrian Star Alliance Terminal at Vienna Airport
• Access to Business Lounge
• Seat comfort of Austrian Business Class
• Culinary highlights by DO & CO on board
Luggage allowance limits, rebooking and cancellation conditions and the level of mileage credit depend upon the way in which the upgrade in questions is booked.
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