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Lauda starts Birmingham to Vienna service

Posted 30 October 2019 · Add Comment

Austria's low-cost airline Lauda has started its new direct connection from Birmingham Airport to Vienna.


Courtesy Lauda


Lauda offers three weekly connections from Birmingham to Austria’s capital, as the greenest/cleanest airline group in Europe, which has the lowest CO2 emissions.

The Lauda Airbus A320 took off yesterday for the first time from Birmingham Airport and flew to the Austrian capital. Lauda offers three weekly connections from Birmingham to Austria’s capital, as the greenest/cleanest airline group in Europe, which has the lowest CO2 emissions.

Vienna was voted the most livable city on the planet for the tenth time in a row. There is no better time of the year to discover Vienna’s world-renowned art, culture and culinary delights than in autumn and winter. Visit the Schönbrunn Palace, St. Stephen’s Cathedral or one of the numerous exhibitions by national and international artists.

From the middle of November, until late December Vienna’s beautiful squares transform into a magical Christmas wonderland with numerous markets popping up across the city.

Lauda CEO Andreas Gruber said: “We are delighted to offer our passengers a new non-stop service from Birmingham to my hometown Vienna and expand our route network. Lauda allows passengers to explore the most livable city in the world for an unbeatable price.”

Tom Screen, Aviation Director at Birmingham Airport said: “Adding Lauda to our existing airline offering is just fantastic. It was great to welcome passengers flying with the airline for the very first time from Birmingham to the popular destination of Vienna on Tuesday evening.

"We hope to see many more passengers take advantage of the route with Lauda and look forward to our future with the airline, known as the cleanest airline group in Europe.”


 

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