Austrian lifts Bangkok flights to 13 weekly

BANGKOK, 5 June 2024: Austrian Airlines increases frequencies between Bangkok and Vienna from daily to nine on 26 October and up to 13 flights weekly during the winter peak season from January to March 2025.

It marks a significant capacity increase of 86% as the airline heads for the busy peak months from November 2024 through to March 2025.

Austrian Airlines operates a fleet of Airbus A320s, Boeing 767s, and Boeing 777-200s on the route to Bangkok.  

Flight OS15 will depart Vienna at 2015 and arrive in Bangkok at 1220 (daily except Sunday).
Flight OS16 will depart Bangkok at 1400 and arrive in Vienna at 1935 (daily except Monday).

Flight OS025 will depart Vienna at 2015 and arrive in Bangkok at 1530 (daily).
Flight OS026 departs Bangkok at 2350 and arrives in Vienna at 0525 (daily).

Lufthansa Group Senior Director Sales – Southeast Asia and the Pacific Brendan Shashoua commented: “Since 1988, Austrian Airlines has been connecting Vienna, the capital of Austria, with the Thai metropolis of Bangkok. Thailand is an incredibly attractive destination for Europeans, and we are responding to strong demand by increasing our weekly frequencies from Vienna from 7 to 13 flights. Last year, we introduced the A380 – the world’s largest passenger aircraft – on flights from Bangkok to Munich and this latest news from Austrian Airlines reflects our strong commitment to the Thai market. Thanks to this investment, Thai passengers now have more options when choosing to travel to Europe with Lufthansa Group.”

Austrian Airlines, a member of both Star Alliance and Lufthansa Group, connects the world with Austria via its hub in Vienna. 

About Austrian Airlines
Austrian Airlines is Austria’s largest airline, operating a worldwide network from its Vienna hub. Since its founding in 1957, Austrian Airlines has transported over 305 million passengers and more than 6,000 employees. Austrian Airlines’ current fleet consists of 66 aircraft, including nine long-haul and 57 short and medium-haul) aircraft.


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