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New Route of the Day – Americas (1 July 2024): Austrian Airlines between Vienna and Boston


Austrian Airlines commenced a new transatlantic service on the first day of July by inaugurating flights between Viennaand Boston. The 6,525-kilometre route will operate 6- weekly, every day with exception to Thursdays, while on Tuesdays the service runs only every second week. A 211-seat 767-300 aircraft is being deployed on the route. No other airline operates between the two cities.

Flight OS91 departs Vienna at 10:40 local time, arriving in Boston at 16:50 local time. The return service, operating as flight OS92, takes off from Logan Airport at 17:10 local time, touching back down in the Austrian capital at 07:25 local time the following morning.

What they said

Michael Trestl, Chief Commercial Officer at Austrian Airlines, said: “We are delighted to add an extremely attractive destination to our Austrian Airlines destination portfolio with Boston. By expanding our long-haul network, we are offering our passengers a diverse travel program, increasing our presence in the international market, and strengthening our hub in Vienna.”

Julian Jager, Joint CEO and COO of Vienna Airport, added: “The USA is the most important long-haul market for Vienna Airport. With the new direct connection to Boston, our home carrier Austrian Airlines is expanding its North America offering. Boston, one of the oldest cities in the USA, offers numerous cultural and historical highlights. The modernisation and expansion of the Austrian Airlines long-haul fleet to eleven Boeing 787 Dreamliners increases the attractiveness of North American travel and gives Vienna’s economy and tourism an important boost at the beginning of summer.”

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Austrian Airlines now serves 18 intercontinental routes

Austrian Airlines has now increased its intercontinental footprint to a total of 18 destinations, offering its passengers in 2024 flights to more than 125 cities.

In North America alone, Boston becomes Austrian Airlines’ seventh destination. It joins Chicago ORD (6-weekly), Los Angeles (6-weekly), New York JFK (6-weekly), New York EWR (daily), Montreal (daily), and Washington IAD (daily).

During the peak of the summer season, the Star Alliance member airline maintains 45-weekly flights from Vienna to the US and Canada with 11,831 departing seats. It has the most capacity available to New York EWR (2,314 seats), followed by Los Angeles (1,980) and New York JFK (1,764).

Austrian Airlines maintains its North America network with a mix of 767-300, 777-200, and the recently added 787-9 aircraft. The majority of the routes will eventually transition to the Dreamliner jets.

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