Austrian Airlines will fly turboprop aircraft again

Austrian flag air carrier Austrian Airlines (OS/AUA), a member of Star Alliance, will operate turboprop aircraft on selected flights again after 3 years. Austrian Airlines used to operate with up to 18 Bombardier Q400 planes, but withdrew all of them 3 years ago.

Now they signed a lease agreement for two ATR-72-600 planes operated by Swedish regional air carrier Braathens Regional Airlines (TF/SCW). These leased planes will be operated on all flights on flights from Vienna to Klagenfurt, Košice and Leipzig as well as on selected flights from Vienna to Belgrade, Bologna, Graz, Warsaw and Zagreb.

This is the upcoming Austrian Airlines summer timetable between Vienna and Zagreb, from March 31 this year:

OS681 1—— VIE – ZAG 06:20 – 07:10
OS683 1234567 VIE – ZAG 10:10 – 11:00
OS677 -2-45-7 VIE – ZAG 17:15 – 18:05

OS682 1—— ZAG – VIE 08:15 – 09:05
OS684 1234567 ZAG – VIE 11:40 – 12:35
OS678 -2-45-7 ZAG – VIE 18:45 – 19:40

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