- Airline will be competing with Aer Lingus’ 6w service to the Austrian capital
- Laudamotion will be using A320 aircraft on daily service
- Flights will be bookable through ryanair.com
Laudamotion, majority-controlled by Ryanair since August, has launched its Dublin-Vienna service.
The airline, which focuses on European city shuttle routes from Vienna, is 75pc-owned by Ryanair, with former Formula 1 racing driver Niki Lauda still having a minority shareholding.
Flights between the capitals are bookable on ryanair.com, and the service will be using Airbus A320 aircraft on the year-round service.
Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said: “Laudamotion is Dublin Airport’s fifth new airline customer this year.”
Laudamotion’s Managing Director Andreas Gruber said “Laudamotion’s new route between Dublin and Vienna will increase the connectivity between the Ireland and the Austrian capital significant.”
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