From April 1 onwards, Lauda Air will be taking off for Dublin three times a week. Flights will depart from Vienna for the Irish metropolis every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, with the respective return flights on the same days. Due to the finely tuned flight scheduling, smooth connections to and from the Austrian provinces are guaranteed. Lauda Air will use a comfortable Boeing 737-800. The aircraft features 158 seats, 16 of which are in the award-winning Amadeus Class.
Dublin has a quite unique charm, and captivates countless visitors year after year. Sights such as Trinity College, St. Patrick’s Cathedral (constructed in the 12th century), the buzzing Grafton Street shopping district with Molly Malone and O’Connell Street, and of course the Guinness brewery, where the world-famous Guinness beer has been brewed since 1759, all make the Irish city a very special holiday destination.
Flight times to Dublin from the beginning of April:
Flight day Place/time of arrival Place/time of departure:
Tue, Thu, Sat from Vienna 10.55 to Dublin 12.40
/// Tue, Thu, Sat from Dublin 15.00 to Vienna 18.40
And there’s more: to complete its Ireland product, Lauda Air is also cooperating with tour operator Blaguss Reisen to operate a weekly charter service to Shannon.
You can book for Dublin with immediate effect, around the clock, by calling us on (+43) 5 1789 - all calls within Austria charged at local rate - or the Lauda Air reservation number of (+43) 1 7000 777. Alternatively, you can make your booking at the Austrian Airlines Group city offices in Vienna, Graz and Bregenz, one of the sales counters that feature at all Austrian airports, a travel agency of your choice or online at www.aua.com.