Quick info on our various air transport providers
Which airlines take off and land at Linz Airport? And what’s the fastest way to contact the various airlines? Have a look at the quick info!
On the website of the airline you’re flying with, you’ll find all relevant information on booking, check-in and luggage regulations. Austrian Airlines is our handling agent at Linz Airport. Let the team know how they may assist you!
Lufthansa’s subsidiary Air Dolomiti was founded in 1987 and primarily operates on behalf of Lufthansa Regional.
Austrian Airlines is Linz Airport’s handling agent – and has been owned by Lufthansa since 2009.
European Air Charter
Eurpean Air Charter (fromer Bulgarian Air Charter) was founded in 2000 and has stationed an MD82 aircraft for various charter flights at Linz Airport since summer of 2019.
The Turkish airline Corendon is IOSA-certified and has subsidiaries in the Netherlands and in Malta.
The croatian airline was forunded more than 30 years ago and connects Brac with Linz during the summer season.
The Polish charter airline Enter Air is regularly employed by tour operators for special flights.
Eurowings is a wholly owned Lufthansa subsidiary but operates completely independently and takes passengers, for instance, from Linz Airport to Mallorca.
Fly Egypt is an IOSA-certified charter airline founded in 2015. Its CEO is Ralf Nagl, former head of flight operations at Air Berlin.
As a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa, Lufthansa Cityline operates feeder flights on behalf of Lufthansa Regional.
The Turkish airline Onur Air with its Bulgarian subsidiary Holiday Europe operates in Europe as an NAA-certified airline.
Turkish Airlines is a state-owned airline from Turkey and operates on one of the biggest route networks in the world. The airline conducts regular cargo flights to Linz.