Austrian Airlines is the national flag carrier and a subsidiary of Lufthansa Airlines. Its main hub is Vienna International Airport. Although the airline was formed in the 1960s by the merger of Air Austria and Austrian Airways, its history dates back to the 1920s.
It was then known as Austrian Airways and was a state organization. One of Austria's first airline bookings was for Zurich and London as they continued to replenish their fleets. 1971 it became a 100% jet airline and in 1990 its fleet was Boeing, Airbus
Efforts to expand into newer markets and long-haul destinations such as China and South Africa were integrated during the 1990s. 2009 was acquired by Lufthansa with permission from the European Commission. With Lufthansa, it was a period of restructuring, restructuring and facial improvement. In addition to the incorporation of new routes, new planes, etc., a series of problems have been resolved during this period. For some time, Austrian Airlines also operated under the Tyrolean Airways name (one of its subsidiaries). In 2015 all flights were returned to Austrian Airlines and Tyrolean continued to merge with it.
Austrian Airlines flights are also part of the famous Star Alliance group. This global alliance includes 28 well-known airlines in 192 countries, so you can expect standard services and amenities with Austrian Airline tickets. The best thing about this alliance is that when you fly on a member's flight, you earn points or miles. This is how you collect miles with other Austrian flight tickets.