Air Arabia announces direct flights from Sharjah to Vienna

Initially, the non-stop six-hour flight will initially operate four times a week

Image: Air Arabia
Image: Air Arabia

Budget-carrier Air Arabia has announced the launch of direct flights between Sharjah and Vienna, capital of Austria.

According to officials, the flights will start on 15 September 2019.

The non-stop six-hour flight will initially operate four times a week, on Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, and will increase to daily flights starting mid-December.

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Flights on Fridays and Sundays depart the Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) at 5.35 pm arriving at Vienna International Airport (VIE) at 9.50 pm local time.

The return flights depart Vienna International Airport at 10.40 pm arriving in Sharjah the next day at 6:20 am local time.

Flights operating on Saturdays depart Sharjah International Airport at 7.25 am local time arriving at Vienna International Airport at 11:40 am local time. The return flights depart Vienna International Airport at 12.20 pm arriving in Sharjah at 8.10 pm local time.

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