- Seasonal taking up of Berlin-Innsbruck route in Austrian Airlines flight schedule
- Lufthansa Group serves winter paradise Tyrol with up to 48 weekly connections from Vienna, Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Stockholm and Copenhagen
- Vienna-Berlin route also benefits from additional flights
In the 2023 winter flight schedule, Austrian Airlines increases its flight offer to and from Berlin and serves the Berlin-Innsbruck route with a weekly flight for the first time. From 28 January to 25 February, Austrian Airlines will fly passengers from the German capital to the Tyrolean winter
paradise every Saturday. With this new connection, Lufthansa Group enhances Innsbruck’s network portfolio by adding to the existing routes to Vienna, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Stockholm and
Copenhagen. In total, Lufthansa Group airlines will fly to Innsbruck up to 48 times a week during
the peak ski season and further strengthen the market for domestic tourism.
“With this seasonal service, we are giving our flight program to Berlin an upgrade. Our winter sports-savvy passengers will enjoy the convenience of a direct connection to Tyrol. Austrian Airlines and the Lufthansa Group significantly contribute to strengthen tourist traffic in the region with almost 50 weekly flights to Innsbruck,” says Austrian Airlines CCO Michael Trestl.
The Vienna-Berlin route will also be expanded with an additional flight on Saturdays around the
semester break. This will benefit not only city tourists traveling to Vienna or Berlin, but also
numerous transfer passengers who travel via Vienna as a convenient hub for their onward flight.
The new Berlin connection in detail (28 January 2023 – 25 February 2023):
|Route||Flight Number||Flight Days||Departure – Arrival|
|Berlin – Innsbruck||OS281||Saturday||12:10 – 13:35|
|Innsbruck – Berlin||OS282||Saturday||15:05 – 16:30|
|Vienna – Berlin||OS225||Saturday||10:05 – 11:20|
|Berlin – Vienna||OS232||Saturday||17:15 – 18:30|
The new flights are now bookable on austrian.com.
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