SAS makes your travel easier to Austria by way of Scandinavia. SAS has connections to Austria from more than 100 cities in the US. Simply use our website to find departures, book tickets and check in online quickly and conveniently.
World-class service en route
SAS offers world-class service on all our flights for the best possible travel experience. Choose from a variety of menu options and enjoy a broad range of inflight entertainment options during your journey. Relax in the comfort of ergonomic seats available on all SAS planes. If flying in SAS Business or SAS Plus, to which one can upgrade from SAS Go, take advantage of Fast Track security access where available.
Travel with children is also comfortable on SAS. Families can enjoy our in-seat entertainment system with a broad range of movie channels, music, stories and video games. Parents can order infant and children's meals up to 24 hours in advance on transatlantic SAS flights.
Baby bassinets for infants up to 9 months and sleeping bags for older children are also available by reserving in advance. Kids and parents can earn EuroBonus points for future trips, hotel stays and car rentals. If you need to change or cancel your itinerary, we also offer a 24-hour money-back guarantee. All passengers can only refund/change restricted tickets within 24 hours of purchase.
Book your tickets online
Visit our website whenever you need to book flights to Austria elsewhere across Europe. In addition to finding departures, booking tickets and checking in online, you can also learn more about Austria and other destinations where SAS flies. SAS has connections to Austria from more than 100 cities in the US. We also offer non-stop flights to Scandinavia from our four US hubs: New York, Washington, Chicago and San Francisco.
Romantic, charming and modern, Austria is the birthplace of great composers, artists and scientists. The country was once the capital of the Habsburg Empire and retains much of the grandeur of its imperial past.
Vienna is the capital city, home to grand palaces and a strong café culture. If music is your thing, you'll have no shortage of festivals, concerts and events to experience throughout the country.
Austria is also a country of varied landscapes and offers multiple activities for outdoor enthusiasts, including hiking the Austrian Alps, biking along the Danube, or skiing in Innsbruck.
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Romantic, charming and modern, Austria is flanked to the west by the majestic Alps and to the east by the Danube River and the beautiful city of Vienna. The country was once the capital of the Habsburg empire and today retains much of its imperial past, seen in Vienna's grand palaces and Salzburg's baroque architecture.
Austria is the birthplace of great composers, artists and scientists. Today, music and the arts still play a big role in Austrian culture and you can enjoy concerts, performances and exhibitions year-round.
If you're more interested in outdoor activities, Austria has the Alps, the Danube and many national parks and nature reserves for numerous outdoor adventures. Spend some time in Austria and you'll be enchanted by Austrian "Gemütlichkeit" –the Austrian way of describing their enjoyment of life.
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Music and art are enduring elements of Austrian culture. The birthplace of Mozart, Schubert and Mahler, Austria today continues to celebrate its musical heritage with festivals, concerts and events covering classical and modern music. Music and dance are also celebrated during Austria's illustrious ball season. Some of the most glamorous balls include the Viennese Opera and Imperial Balls.
Austria is a country of varied landscapes and offers multiple activities for outdoor enthusiasts. You can hike the Austrian Alps, bike along beautiful rivers or explore one of the many national parks and nature reserves. The winter is a skier's paradise. Austria has world-class skiing in the Alps in popular ski regions such as Innsbruck and Arlberg.
If you're a coffee drinker, you're in luck. Coffehouses and café culture are a big part of the Austrian lifestyle. Besides having great coffee, the coffeehouses serve as a workplace, relaxation point and social gathering spot for Austrians — especially in Vienna, where there seems to be a coffeehouse on every corner. Join the locals, relax and enjoy a cup of coffee with a few delicious Viennese pastries.