Rickster
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Austrian Airlines 2003 More Flights To JFK/YYZ

Thu Sep 12, 2002 10:34 pm

It seems that OS is planning to increase YYZ up to 5 (A332/A343) and JFK up to 10 flights per week next summer. IAD daily and YUL cut down only twice a week. MIA and ORD are not back on this schedule. (source: online flightplanner at www.aua.com).
Regards Rickster
 
Rai
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RE: Austrian Airlines 2003 More Flights To JFK/YYZ

Thu Sep 12, 2002 11:05 pm

Good to see that they had a good summer here!  Big thumbs up
 
flyyul
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RE: Austrian Airlines 2003 More Flights To JFK/YYZ

Fri Sep 13, 2002 7:57 am

Rickster,

Austrian Airlines has programmed 4 flights for next summer from Montreal.

The flights are as follows:
2 A330-200
1 A340-300
1 A340-200

Austrian has programmed 5 flights from Toronto....

Mark

 
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RE: Austrian Airlines 2003 More Flights To JFK/YYZ

Fri Sep 13, 2002 10:41 am

MIA may be returning summer 2003. They do plan on resuming MIA, but there is no time frame. It is likely that when they resume, the MUC stop will be elimated, and LH will takeover that sector.
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Rickster
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@ Flyyul

Fri Sep 13, 2002 4:55 pm

Hi Mark,
i figured this out by accident only while checking some possible routings for flights to the US west coast on Austrians online schedule :"Flugplan".

Maybe this will change depending on the booking situation.

Regards Rickster
 
flyyul
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RE: @ Flyyul

Sat Sep 14, 2002 1:08 am

Hi Rickster,

If you need to find the source, simply go to aua.com, check the timetable. Check YUL-VIE next summer, and you will see 4 flights programmed, compared to the 5 in Toronto.

So far, the days of operation are Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. I sure hope OS more and more success, especially in Montreal.

It sort of is an odd-carrier, that has a hub kinda far out there. I am pleased with their success in Montreal and Toronto, and hope to see more of that beautiful red tail in Canada.

Sincerely,
Mark