Austrian Airlines to fly to Belgrade up to three times a day

3rd Dec 2009
Austrian Airlines to fly to Belgrade up to three times a day

With Austrian Airlines, Belgrade is set to become even easier to reach in the new year: we are expanding our service to the Serbian capital from 10 January 2010 onwards, and will be flying from Vienna to Belgrade and back up to three times a day. As a special bonus for our passengers, we are also introducing the popular Austrian redticket on the route from 1 February 2010. The pleasant flights will then be available from as little as 99 euros including all taxes and charges.

With Austrian to Belgrade – gateway to the Balkans
The up-and-coming city of Belgrade has a great deal to offer business travellers. Visitors to the city can choose between old cafes and restaurants, pulsating nightlife and waterborne nightclubs on boats alongside the banks of the River Sava. Whatever your reasons for visiting Belgrade, however, Austrian Airlines has the right flight at the right time for you. On board our aircraft, we offer our passengers a wide range of services in both Business and Economy Class, and take good care of our passengers at all times. Our passengers can also earn air miles worldwide with the frequent flyer programme Miles & More, and exchange these for a wide range of different benefits.

Austrian redticket
We first introduced the Austrian redticket in 2003, and have steadily increased its range since, so that it now encompasses numerous European routes. From 1 February onwards, the Austrian best price, which includes the outbound and return flights, all taxes and charges and taxes, will also be available on our route to Belgrade. Our passengers will be able to use all the latest check-in possibilities, including the SMS Check-in, Web Check-in and of course Self Check-in at the airport itself. In Vienna, our passengers have the option of checking in at the City Airport Terminal in the third district. Each passenger can take 20 kilos of luggage on board with them free of charge, and receives a selection of daily newspapers on board. A snack will be served in the business class, a sweet or salty
nibble in the economy class.

Additional flights by partner JAT
The Austrian schedule is improved further still by the present codeshare agreement with the Serbian airline JAT Airways: In addition to the flights operated by Austrian Airlines, Austrian also offers seats on board of JAT operated flights.



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