Austrian Airlines to restart Gothenburg route

Route will total four destinations in Scandinavia
Austrian Airlines is reaching out to another airport in Scandinavia, relaunching its service to Gothenburg from June 2 next year, deploying an Embraer.
The three weekly flights to Sweden’s second city on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will add to the airline’s 21 existing weekly flights to Stockholm. It had been operating the two-hour Vienna-Gothenburg flights up until 2012.
From summer 2017, Austrian will be flying to four destinations in three Nordic countries, namely Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Gothenburg.
“The flights to the Swedish college town comprise an optimal flight traffic linking Vienna with the Gothenburg business location,” the airline says in a news release.
“In addition, Austrian Airlines offers the best possible connecting flights to Austria’s federal provinces as well as to Central and Eastern Europe.”
TTG Nordic