The Austrian airline LaudaMotion will begin offering direct flights to Vienna from October 27, Charleroi airport said on Wednesday. Six weekly flights will be operated between the two cities, using an Airbus A320, with a capacity of 180 seats. With this, Austria has become the 54th country served from Charleroi.
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“Our routes work because we have the right offer for price-sensitive customers. In particular, with our new City Shuttle routes, I’m sure to increase the traffic with our new non-stop service to and from Vienna,” said Andreas GRUBER, Managing Director of Laudamotion.
Founded in March 2018 by Niki Lauda, LaudaMotion is a subsidiary of Ryanair. The company operates a fleet of 23 aircraft, based in Austria and Germany, and serves more than 90 destinations.
The Brussels Times