Austrian Airlines among the Lufthansa Group full service carriers is the most European oriented. The Austrian flag carrier has an intercontinental network, however the vast majority of its connections are intraeuropean. The latest service to join the network confirms this tendency. The airline has just started it latest service from Vienna to Seville. Here are all the details on Austrian flight OS389.
About Austrian Airlines flight OS389
The latest addition to the Austrian Airlines destination network is the flight from Vienna (VIE) down to Seville (SVQ) in Spain. The service is quite a useful one for the airline as it caters to travellers and tourist travelling in both directions.
Austrian travellers will be able to escape to the warm climate of Andalusia and explore the sights of the region. On the opposite direction Spanish travellers will be able to visit one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe, Vienna, or travel onwards on long haul Austrian flights.
Therefore from the airline’s point of view it is quite easy to see how this new route makes a whole lot of sense.
Flights Already Active And Future Operations
The flight not only is already available for booking on the Austrian Airlines website, but is also already operational. The first flight took off on October 14th. This is from the get go planned to be a year round service.
Initially flights will operate with a 2 times weekly frequency, every:
However ahead of the summer season there is already in place the plan to up the services from 2 to 3 on a weekly basis,
The Austrian Airlines OS389 Flight From Vienna to Seville Schedule
The schedule of the flight is a quite comfortable one whether you are leaving from Vienna or Seville. No need for early wake ups or late trips into town.
The Plane For Flight OS389
The plane used for the flight is nothing to get particularly excited about as is the case with most intraeuropean services. Austrian Airlines will be using one of its Airbus A320s with either 174 or 180 seats in an all economy cabin. Seats are played out in a 6 abreast config (3-3) with business class created by blocking the middle seat of each row.