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On 22 May 2000, one of their shining, yellow-purple Dornier 328 plane took off for its first scheduled flight from Innsbruck to Graz. Since then, Welcome Air has connected the Austrian cities of Innsbruck and Graz twice every day. At the same time, Welcome Air expanded its number of destinations along the European North-South axis. Currently, they offer year-round daily flights (ex. weekends) to Hanover, Gothenburg, and Stavanger.

In summer, Welcome Air realize European summer dreams with their weekly flights from Innsbruck and Graz to Olbia in Sardinia and from Innsbruck to Nice. In winter they fly from Innsbruck to Antwerp and Rotterdam.

Be on time with Welcome Air

They offer record-levels of punctuality and reliability.

A dedicated team of aviation-lovers

Many of their highly-qualified pilots, flight attendants, emergency managers, and technicians have been working together for many years, and they all welcome you to enjoy their professional and hands-on qualities.

Service means care

Irene and Jakob Ringler, Welcome Air`s managing directors, rank personal customer service as their first and most uncompromising priority.

A healthy dose of stubbornness

They focus on expanding their destinations in a sustainable manner amidst the volatility of globalization, liberalization, and changing fuel prices. They simply know their customers too well by now. They keep asking them for exquisite business flights, or for life-saving ambulance operations around the world.

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Welcome Air
Fuerstenweg 180
Innsbruck-Flughafen, Austria

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