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Airlines Serving Vienna Airport

Vienna International Airport (VIE) is a hub for some of Central Europe's largest airlines. Austrian Airlines is the busiest airline in Vienna's major airport. The flag carrier links Vienna with more than 80 destinations in multiple continents. Tyrolean Airways operates the busiest schedule for Austrian Airlines service. A regional Austrian airline, Tyrolean Airways offers flights to Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Russia. In fact, Tyolean Airways operates more than half of all flights available through the Austrian Airlines name. Beijing, Dubai, Istanbul, Moscow, Paris, and Tel Aviv are some of the major cities to which Tyrolean Airways fleet travels to. Concourse D, F, and G in Check-in 3 area is where passengers can find Austrian Airlines by Tyorlean Airways service.

Lauda Air operates the second busiest schedule for Austrian Airlines. The small Austrian airline mostly offers seasonal flights to popular resort areas in the Mediterranean Sea. Laudra Air links Vienna to beautiful Greek islands such as Lesbos, Rhodes, and Myknos. Egypt and the Canary Islands are some of the other popular destinations available through Luda Air service. Tourists can board the airline's jets from Concourse F and G in the Check-in 3 section of the terminal complex.

The only flight actually operated by Austrian Airlines is to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. This makes Austria's flag carrier a major gateway into the United States.

Niki is another airline that utilizes Vienna International Airport as a major hub. Being part of Air Berlin, Niki is a low cost German airline that takes passengers to more than 35 different destinations. The regular scheduled flights offered by Niki include trips to Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, and several other European countries. The low cost airline also operates seasonal trips to more than 10 destinations including Egypt and the Mediterranean. Niki is based in the Check-in 1 area in Concourse A, B, C, and D.

Lufthansa links Vienna International Airport with Austria's good neighbor Germany. The German flag carrier offers flights to Berlin, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and Munich. Lufthansa jets wait for passengers at Check-in area 3 in Concourse F.

Vienna International Airport is not directly served by any U.S. airlines. There is very limited non-stop service between Vienna and the United States. Chicago, New York City, and Washington D.C. are some of the destinations directly linked to Vienna International Airport. This means that multiple transfers are required for trips between North America and Austria's capital.

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