Class rating 7.8
- Boarding 8.2
- Seat for sitting 7.5
- Seat for sleeping 5.7
- Service 7.9
- Entertainment 6.2
- Food & drink 7.5
- Punctuality 9.0
- Baggage 8.9
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Seat pitch on Austrian Airlines' short-haul flights varies according to aircraft. On the Airbus fleet, it is 30 inches, as it is on the Fokker 100. On the Fokker 70, seat pitch is 31 inches, but on the Bombardier Q400 aircraft it is 32 inches.
Seats are almost 18 inches wide (45cm). They have a 118-degree recline and are of a new lightweight type that gives a little more space. Seats and carpeting are an elegant grey, set off by accents in a typically Austrian red.
On flights of less than three hours, Austrian serves snacks in economy, while on those of more than three hours, a full meal service is offered.
On flights of more than one hour 20 minutes on Airbus A320s and 321s, cartoons and short films are shown. Flights of more than two hours 30 minutes offer a documentary and on those of more than three hours there are feature films. There are also eight audio channels. Headphones are free.
Austrian offers exit row seats in Economy Class on medium range flights (Airbus A320 fleet) for €40 per flight on services to and from Amman, Astana, Baghdad,Baku, Cairo, Erbil, Tel Aviv and Yerevan via the Austrian web check-in, from 36 hours before departure.
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Its not good flight there is a lot of turbulence Seats are bad Stewards are very bad more