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Vienna, Austria - Irish budget specialist Ryanair announced that it will open 64 routes from its Vienna base as of July 1st, as part of the airline's summer 2020 schedule.

The carrier will offer flights to 64 destinations from Vienna, including Palma, Rome, Faro & Athens, and many more. Ryanair says it will guarantee low fares for Austrian customers/visitors at prices which start from €9.99 for one-way trips, as Austrians' taxes get wasted on illegal State Aid to the Lufthansa Group subsidiary Austrian Airlines.

Following the reopening of Lauda’s Vienna A320 base on July 1st, Ryanair will operate to/from Vienna on a mixture of Boeing and Airbus aircraft. Since Lauda will become a wet-lease provider for the Ryanair Group, the famous red brand will continue to fly over the skies of Austria from July 1st.

Ryanair’s Austria 2020 schedule will deliver 64 Vienna routes including;
Over 25 summer destinations including Faro, Malaga, Malta, Naples & Palma.
Over 20 city break destinations including Dublin, Milan, Madrid, Lisbon & Warsaw.
Ryanair will also operate 2 routes to/from Salzburg and 1 route to/from Klagenfurt.

“Ryanair is pleased to open 67 new routes to/from Austria starting from 1 July, as part of our Summer 2020 schedule. Our Vienna base will serve 64 routes, with airfares starting from just €9.99 one way before some crazy Austrian Minister tries to force Austrian consumers and visitors to pay higher €40 airfares! Ryanair will provide non-State Subsidised competition and choice to the high fare Austrian Airlines (which is a subsidiary of the German subsidy junkie Lufthansa Group). Ryanair will oppose any illegal effort by the Austrian Govt to force consumers to pay high fares. Austrian citizens are entitled to low fares and nobody provides lower fares than Ryanair,"

Ryanair Group CEO, Michael O’Leary said.

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