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About Lauda

Laudamotion, which trades as Lauda, is an Austrian airline that operates scheduled passenger services throughout Europe. The airline was founded in 2004 and is based at Vienna International Airport (VIE). Laudamotion has a route network that flies over 60 routes to more than 40 destinations.

Under the name Amira air, Lauda was founded in 2004 and initially operated as a charter airline flying internationally from Vienna. In 2016, ex FormulaOne World Driver champion Niki Lauda bought out the company and renamed the airline 'Laudamotion'. After continuing to run charter flights for a short period of time, the airline moved to its current base at Vienna International to begin scheduled passenger flights. In early 2018, Niki, an airline that had associations with Niki Lauda retired, and as a result, Lauda acquired all of Niki's operations, as well as 15 aircraft.

In agosto 2018, Ryanair announced the acquisition of 75% of the shareholding for Laudamotion. Shortly thereafter, the airline announced that it had fully taken control of Lauda airlines, making it one of three airlines' wholly owned by Ryanair, along with Ryanair Sun and Ryanair UK.

In 2019, Lauda changed its trading name from 'Laudamotion' to Lauda, which is what it is known as today. Along with this rebrand, Lauda announced that it intends to expand its fleet by three additional aircraft and will add more than 20 routes to its schedule within the year.

 


 

Lauda Baggage

Equipaje de Mano

Passengers flying on Lauda are entitled to one item of free carry-on baggage, included in the price of their ticket. The hang baggage must not exceed the dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20 cm. The maximum weight of carry-on baggage will depend on which class ticket you buy and the route that you're flying, so make sure you check when you're booking. If baggage exceeds the maximum weight or dimensions, Lauda has the right to charge a fee for excess baggage.

Equipaje Facturado

Passengers flying on Lauda are entitled to one item of free checked baggage included in the price of their ticket. Weight and size limit will depend on which class ticket you buy and which route you're flying, however, for all passengers flying on Lauda, no single piece of baggage can exceed 32kg.

Exceso de equipaje

Lauda airlines offers passengers the opportunity to purchase excess and special baggage for a fee.

 


 

Lauda Check-In Information

Web Check-in

Passengers can check in online for their flights using the Lauda website which can be done in English. This opens 60 days prior to departure when purchasing a seat or if they have a Flexi Plus ticket. If passengers are not reserving a seat, online check-in will be from 48 hours in advance, where seats will be randomly allocated to you. Online check-in will close 2 hours prior to flight departure.

Check-in en el aeropuerto

Para los pasajeros que no tienen acceso al check-in en línea, los pasajeros deben presentarse en el mostrador de la aerolínea para hacer el check-in en persona con el personal del aeropuerto. Tenga en cuenta que habrá un cargo adicional para los pasajeros no realizan check-in en línea.

 


Lauda Destinations

Lauda flies to the following destinations:

Domestic Destinations

Innsbruck Salzburg Vienna


 

International Destinations

Alghero,
Italy
Alicante,
Spain
Amman,
Jordan
Barcelona,
Spain
Basel/Mulhouse,
Switzerland
Bergamo,
Italy
Bologna,
Italy
Bucharest,
Romania
Budapest,
Hungary
Chania,
Greece
Cologne,
Bonn
Copenhagen,
Denmark
Corfu,
Greece
Dublin,
Ireland
Düsseldorf,
Germany
Faro, 
Portugal
Frankfurt,
Germany
Fuerteventura,
Spain
Gothenburg,
Sweden
Gran Canaria,
Spain
Hannover,
Germany
Heraklion,
Greece
Ibiza,
Spain
Kalamata,
Greece
Kiev,
Ukraine
Kos,
Greece
Krakow,
Poland
Lanzarote,
Spain
Larnaca,
Cyprus
London,
UK
Madrid,
Spain
Marrakesh,
Morocco
Marseille,
France
Munich,
Germany
Malaga,
Spain
Münster/Osnabrück,
Germany
Naples,
Italy
Nice,
Germany
Nuremberg,
Germany
Paderborn/Lippstadt,
Germany
Palma de Mallorca,
Spain
Paris,
France
Pisa,
Italy
Podgorica,
Montenegro
Pula,
Croatia
Rhodes,
Greece
Rome,
Italy
Santorini,
Greece
Seville,
Spain
Split,
Croatia
Stuttgart,
Germany
Tenerife,
Spain
Treviso,
Italy
Valencia,
Spain
Verona,
Italy
Zadar,
Croatia

 

 

Upcoming Destinations

Agadir,
Morocco
Athens,
Greece
Birmingham,
UK
Bordeaux,
France
Brussels,
Belgium
Edinburgh,
Scotland
Eindhoven,
Netherlands
Lisbon,
Portugal
Liverpool,
UK
Porto,
Portugal
Riga,
Latvia
Sandefjord,
Norway
Sofia,
Bulgaria
Stockholm,
Sweden
Tel Aviv,
Israel
Thessaloniki, 
Greece
Vilnius,
Lithuania
Fuerteventura,
Spain
Gothenburg,
Sweden
Gran Canaria,
Spain

 

Economy Class

Economy class is the standard class on Laudamotion planes, and makes up the majority of the cabin. In this class, passengers get a comfortable seat with enough leg room to be able to relax on the plane. Food and drinks are available for purchase throughout your flight, should you wish.

 


 

Premium Economy Class

Passengers can choose to upgrade to premium economy class for their flight, where they can enjoy more personal space due to the middle seat being empty. In addition, passengers in premium economy can enjoy free food and drink.

 


 

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Logo de Eurowings logo de easyJetLogotipo de Austrian Airlines

 


 


Lauda's Hub Airport 

Aeropuerto Internacional de Viena

Vienna International Airport is located in the Austrian Capital, Vienna. It was originally built in 1938 where it was used during World War II as a military airport, it was developed later with new airport buildings and runway. It now has 2 runways and 3 terminals. It serves as an airport base for many European LCCs (Low Cost Carrier) such as easyJet, Austrian Airlines and Wizz Air.

 

Fuera del aeropuerto de viena

Acreditación de la foto: Milan Suvajac

 


 

Lauda's Fleet

Lauda's fleet currently consists of the following aircraft:

 

A320-200

 

A321-200

 

B737-800