|Top route||Berlin Brandenburg to Vienna Intl|
|Top airport||Vienna Intl|
Barely let my wife and 2 children in. The check in lady said you have to arrive 4-5 hours before flight depature and almost did not let them fly. Thankfully another attendant helped out.
Everything was good
Everything was good
Love those Austrian chocolates.
Same problem with aeroplan
Everything went very smoothly.
The 50 or more Hasidics refused to wear masks, despite the crew’s entreaties. The airline did not have an enforcement officer aboard, and there were no consequences awaiting them at JFK. Laws apply equally to all, and the Hasidism have no right to endanger passengers and crew.
There was no choice for the type of food I was getting, but everything was very tasty. The crew was very nice.
There was no food. I’m not sure if that is due to Covid restrictions or just cutting corners, but I was disappointed.
If they don’t have attitude
This was a rough one. The flight itself was fine, and it was nice to have a little Austrian culture on the way to the US. Check-in with Lufthansa at the Munich airport was very unsatisfying - even worse than checking in to a US domestic flight. Long lines, rude service - the first time in my life that I've had an airport check-in person proactively criticize me. And on top of that, they lost my luggage between Vienna and Newark. I waited at the baggage claim area until all the bags were off, and only at the very end did I discover my bags weren't there. By then it was too late to make my connecting domestic flight, even though I had a nearly two hour layover in Newark. A storm was blowing across the northeast, and the lines to change to a new flight were 50 people long. I ended up spending the night (on my own nickel) at an airport hotel and continuing my flight the next day. Even with an 18 hour delay they still hadn't found a way for my luggage to catch up to me. Overall, a pretty lousy experience.
Fuck this airline
Even though the flight got delayed for 10’ we made it on time
This was a code share operated by United with a 787. Don't care for the herringbone 2-2-2 seating in business, many other carriers have gone to a 1-2-1 which is better. Food wasn't much better than economy but what really counts is lie flat seats.
Austrian airlines food is really good compared to more recent airlines I’ve been on
I had a small back pack and a small suitcase. The boarding staff were extremely rude and wouldn’t let me take both on board. Only one small bag on board even though there was tons of space and I paid for premium seat. Also—they want you to wear their mask—even though I had n95. Will definitely avoid this airline in the future
The crew was visible, helping and offering drinks all the time. The checking at the gate was unprofessional, and the boarding was a mess.
Austrian changed the times on the connections resulting in longer layovers. Old airplane not friendly service
Everything was very u nice except the info we needed was lacking. We needed to stamp our boarding passes at a separate desk and nobody informed us
Check in of luggage the day before
I flew business class. But nothing compare to business class. Lounge closed in Vienna. Not exist at all in Tel Aviv. Priority boarding not exist in Tel Aviv despite available business counter. Nobody in front of me was checked in to Business or with Senator status. No welcome drinks. All overall awful experience.
Pros: Very friendly crew, clean airplane.
Cons: Nothing. They did excellent job.
Pros: I liked almost everything. And according to me, it does not make a difference if we rate things good or excellent at a certain point in time. As long as it is good, it can be excellent. I mean including crew. People have good days and bad days. I am sure the crew can say the same about passengers.
Cons: What could have been better is: - the email that the airline generates and senda to people a couple of days prior to flight directs you to a site where you are supposed to fill in the blanks. About Covid. The thing is that you cannot submit it unless you as a passenger fill out an Austrian address. The electronic form does not have the option to rule out staying in Austria and indicating that you are transiting in Vienna. I had to fill that form out (at the Address in Austria section) with sentences like “not applicable” “transitting” and also had to google the Vienna Airport address for the zip code so it could be submitted. The form forced me to fool the it. Not cool. Frustrating.
Cons: The fees for the sporting bag was out of control expensive
Cons: Food is looking not fresh and quality is cheep ....
Cons: More food
On board Austrian Airlines flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 55x40x23cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Austrian Airlines assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Austrian Airlines offers direct flights to 120 cities in 49 different countries. Vienna, Berlin, and Frankfurt am Main are the most popular cities covered by Austrian Airlines.
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Even though this airline has its hub in Austria, it flies to over 120 international destinations that are located across the globe. If you would like to explore Europe, you can book flights to destinations like Belgium, France, and Greece. For those hoping to travel to Asia, countries like Nepal, Japan, and India are popular options.
Austrian Airlines is a member of Star Alliance, one of the largest airline groups in the world that has many members, including Avianca and Asiana Airlines. Additionally, the company has created codeshare agreements with other airlines in order to diversify its flight paths, with some examples being Air Canada and Thai Airways.
When flying with this airline, there are three classes for you to choose from: Economy, Premium Economy, and Business. While Economy offers standard amenities, including snacks and drinks, Premium Economy will provide you with a particularly comfortable seat that has extra legroom. If you are interested in additional perks, opt for Business instead, as you will have priority boarding, a gourmet meal, free alcoholic beverages, pillows, and blankets.
Composed of over 80 planes, Austria Airlines’ fleet primarily features Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer. The Airbus A320-200 is used the most often and is reserved for medium-range voyages, due to the fact that it can fit approximately 160 to 180 passengers. For longer flights, the company chooses to use the Boeing 777-200ER, as it has an impressive fuel capacity and can fit over 300 passengers. For short domestic flights, the De Havilland Dash 8-400 is a popular option.