|Address:||Österreichische Luftverkehrs AG, Fontanastrasse 1, 1107 Wien, Austria|
|Subsidiaries:||Lauda Air, Austrian Arrows|
|Partners:||Star Alliance members|
Austrian is the international airline carrier of Austria, and a member of the Star Alliance.
The airline has the IATA designator OS.
Austrian (together with its subsidiaries) flies to destinations in:
- North America
- Asia major
- Middle East
The airline flies out of Vienna International Airport in Vienna, Austria.
- Airbus A319-112 (6 Airplanes)
- Airbus A320-214 (8)
- Airbus A321-111 (3)
- Airbus A321-211 (3)
- Airbus A330-223 (4)
- Airbus A340-211 (2)
- Airbus A340-313 (2)
- McDonnel Douglas MD-82 (1)
- McDonnel Douglas MD-83 (2)
- McDonnel Douglas MD-87 (4)
The airline was founded on September 30, 1957. On March 18, 1958, the airline made its maiden flight, with a Vickers Viscount 779 taking off at 8:30 am Vienna local time for London.
September 26, 1960 became the only dark day in the airline's history when a Vickers Viscount 837 attempting to land at Moscow crashed near the Russian city. Thirty-one of the thirty seven people on board perished.
In 2003, the company's name changed from Austrian Airlines to Austrian.