Start-Ups Laudamotion announces network plans
Laudamotion has announced its network plans, which target serving holiday destinations.
The successor of Niki will focus on Spanish and Greek leisure destinations. The carrier will serve Palma de Mallorca from Vienna and Salzburg on a daily basis. Graz, Innsbruck and Linz will be connected up to three times a week with the popular Spanish island. Laudamotion will furthermore operate flights to Malaga, as well as to Ibiza on Thursdays and Sundays.
In Greek, Laudamotion will head to Santorini, Crete and Kalamata. These destinations will be served from Vienna.
Further routes to Italy and Cyprus are planned. All flights from Austria are set to commence in June 2018 and are now bookable.
Currently, Laudamotion´s fleet consists of 15 Airbus A319, A320 and A321. The Start-Up airline will commence operations as of March 25, 2018. Laudamotion will fly from Düsseldorf, Vienna, Zurich, Stuttgart, Cologne, Munich and Frankfurt to popular holiday destinations.
Over the course of creating a new corporate identity, Laudamotion has recently presented its first A320 in the new livery. However, according to the airline, a different livery will be announced for Summer 2018.
In February 2018, Laudamotion said that it will partner up with Condor to sell flight tickets.
Laudamotion was founded by Niki Lauda, after the airline´s predecessor Niki went bankrupt over the course of Air Berlin´s insolvency. The airline will be based in Vienna, but plans to serve the routes, which have previously been operated by Niki and Air Berlin.
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