Start of scheduled air services
After the approximately 3-month Covid-19 break, the first regular flights are returning to Graz Airport with the Vienna connection.
Austrian Airlines will be flying from Vienna to Graz and back again once a day from 22 June. Up to two flights per day are scheduled in the first week of July. Due to the flight times – arrival in Graz at 1.40 p.m. and departure at 3.35 p.m. – many connecting flights, e.g. to Paris, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin and Munich, can be reached with a relatively short connecting time.
Other resumed scheduled and charter flights
Gruber Reisen is starting its first holiday flight chain this summer on 27 June and taking passengers to the Croatian island of Brac once a week. Lufthansa will initially be connecting the Frankfurt hub to Graz once a day from 1 July. Springer Reisen is planning to take off for Greece from mid-July and will take holidaymakers to Skiathos and Santorini.
Slow return to normal operation
Since the discontinuation of scheduled and charter flights, Graz Airport has offered a skeleton service with limited operating hours, which will end on 30 June. The employees are still on reduced working hours.
Life is slowly returning to the terminal as well. In addition to the SPAR supermarket and car rental agencies, most of which were open all day, the Globetrotter restaurant (special opening hours), the Steiermärkische Sparkasse und Heinemann Duty Free are open again.
For more details and press reviews please see the press release.
Information about the Graz-Vienna flights on offer: www.austrian.com.
Overview of the current hygiene measures at Graz Airport.