Worldwide Airways Group is to launch a brand new low-cost Austrian subsidiary, branded as Degree, with flights from Vienna beginning on July 17th.
The brand new subsidiary can have an Austrian air operator certificates and will likely be a base for 4 Airbus A321 plane.
The brand new outpost will fly to 14 European locations.
On July 17th, flights to Palma, Majorca and London Gatwick will likely be launched.
Over the next 4 weeks, flights from Vienna will likely be launched to Barcelona, Malaga, Venice, Olbia, Ibiza, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Milan Malpensa, Dubrovnik, Larnaca, Alicante, Valencia and Bilbao.
Willie Walsh, chief government of Degree-owner IAG, mentioned: “We’re launching this new short-haul subsidiary to supply Austrian shoppers with extra flight decisions throughout Europe.
“These flights will likely be branded as Degree to construct upon the massive success of our new lengthy haul low-cost operation.
“We are going to serve the Austrian market with low-cost, dependable flights and can initially create round 200 new jobs at our Vienna base.”
Degree Prospects can check-in on-line or on the airport and take one hand baggage merchandise onboard without cost.
They’ll select to pay for added objects, equivalent to checked baggage, from a menu of choices designed to go well with a wide range of budgets and wishes.
There will even be a big collection of foods and drinks which may be bought onboard.
Every of the A321 plane can have 210 financial system seats and flights will function from Terminal 1 in Vienna airport.