British Airways, easyJet and Laudamotion are introducing more flights to Innsbruck ready for the ski season.
From 9 December 2018, British Airways will run flights from London Heathrow to Innsbruck every day of the week, bar Wednesday, as well as twice a day on weekends. A return flight, from London Heathrow to Innsbruck, with British Airways, currently costs from £66 per person.
In addition easyJet is introducing a new flight from Manchester to Innsbruck which will run every Sunday from December 2018 to March 2019. A return flight, from Manchester to Innsbruck, with easyJet, costs from £58 per person.
TUI Airways Ireland operate out of four airports in Ireland – Dublin, Cork, Ireland West Knock and Shannon – and fly to 26 different locations around the world, including Innsbruck Airport (INN).
Finally Laudamotion (owned by Ryanair since March 2018) has also launched two new flights, one from London Stansted to Innsbruck (every Sunday) and the other from Dublin to Innsbruck (every Saturday) – both new flights will be operating during the ski season (prices to be confirmed).
Innsbruck is a quick and easy airport to travel through to reach most of the Austrian Tirol’s best resorts, usually in one to two hours, in some cases less. Innsbruck itself has eight ski areas surrounding it and included on an area lift pass so works well for a city break with skiing.