Austrian Airlines has revealed that it will resume flights to New York – JFK and Montreal in May.
Starting May, Austrian Airlines will fly from Vienna to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Montreal’s Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport three-times-a-week.
The national flag carrier of Austria is already flying to Newark Liberty International Airport, just across the Hudson River from Manhattan. With the resumption of flights to New York’s JFK Airport, it takes the total flights to New York to eight.
Michael Trestl, CCO, Austrian Airlines, said:
With five destinations in North America and three in Asia, including Tokyo and Bangkok, our long-haul services are back on a slight climb this summer. Unfortunately, however, we are still a long way from reaching cruising altitude. We hope that a rapid increase in the vaccination rate and a corresponding relaxation of travel restrictions will give us a further boost in the future
Austrian Airlines returns to Hanover after 11 years
Last week, the airline announced an increase in its summer flight schedule. Starting at the end of March, Austrian Airlines will resume flights to Barcelona, Dubrovnik, and Florence.
The carrier also announced the resumption of flights to Hanover Airport in Lower Saxony, a service Austrian airlines suspended in 2009.
In addition to the numerous vacation hot spots in Greece, Italy, and Spain, Austrian is increasing its intercontinental flights from Vienna to the following destinations:
- Queen Alia International Airport, Amman, Jordan
- Narita International Airport, Tokyo, Japan
- Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Bangkok, Thailand
- O’Hare International Airport, Chicago, USA
Featured image by Austrian Airlines
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