Prathans Airline flies to AUA


The last flight in Austrian Airlines livery will make a long landing in Klagenfurt on Saturday morning. From Sunday, the Vienna flights will be flown by Swedish Pradhans regional airline on behalf of AUA. This means evening and late connections are also coming back.

AUA leases both aircraft and crew from Swedish Airlines. The aircraft stops at Klagenfurt and is serviced here as well. Henceforth, except on Sundays, there will be a 5.45 am flight to Vienna again. This link is only canceled on individual public holidays such as Easter Monday.

Another late connection with Vienna

All international connections at the Vienna hub can be reached by early flight. Except on Saturdays, there is a late evening connection from Vienna at 10.35pm, landing in Klagenfurt at 11.25am as per schedule. It flies with a 72-seat turboprop aircraft. The 5:15pm departure from Vienna and the 6:30pm departure from Klagenfurt are no longer available in the summer timetable, but there is a daily afternoon connection departing Vienna after 1:00pm and at 3:10pm. From Klagenfurt.

Ryanair flights to Spain

Starting this weekend, Ryanair will fly from Klagenfurt to Palma de Mallorca and Alicante. Three times a week to Mallorca on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, and to Alicante on Tuesdays and Sundays. The London link is also open on Wednesdays and Sundays. Ryanair has been satisfied with its capacity utilization in the past. In the summer there are also charter flights to Paros in Greece from the end of May to the end of September or to Ibiza from April 20 to May 24.

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Very few incoming flights

A direct connection to a major German airport and more flights taking travelers to Carinthia for vacation are still missing. According to Klagenfurt airport management, efforts are ongoing here. But there is no concrete information yet. Klagenfurt Airport is in strong competition with Laibach, Graz and Trieste. According to Klagenfurt airport management, the target is to break 200,000 passengers this year.

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