Austrian Airlines Adds New Routes

Austrian Airlines plans to inaugurate new service from Vienna to six cities in Eastern Europe, Russia and Ukraine. New flights will serve Yekaterinburg, Russia; Donetsk, Ukraine; Iasi and Sibiu in Romania, Pecs, Hungary and Ostrava in the Czech Republic, bringing the airline's Eastern Europe route network to 44 cities in 23 countries. In addition to the new cities coming on line, frequencies are also being increased to Kiev, Kharkov, Lviv and Odessa in Ukraine; Riga, Latvia; Varna, Bulgaria; Chisinau, Moldava; Cluj, Romania; Krasnodar, Russia; Dubronvnik and Split, Croatia, and Podgorica in Montenegro. In addition, Austrian is increasing summer schedules across the Atlantic, upping flights between Vienna and New York's JFK from seven to as many as 12 flights per week. It will also offer increased service to Israel, India and the Far East.

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