Austrian Airlines Premium Econcomy Flight Reviews
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I have been very impressed by Austrian Airlines. They offer some of the best airline food in the sky and I have reviewed their Business Class flights. They also offer one of the best Premium Economy seats on legacy and national carriers.

The key when traveling on Austrian in Premium Economy is to pick the bulkhead seats at the front of the cabin. These offer impressive leg rests (not just footrests) and make this a brilliant Premium Economy choice. The remaining Premium Economy Seats in the cabin are not noteworthy, but the decent food and excellent service make Austrian a top choice when choosing which airline to fly within premium Economy. You can read our Austrian Airlines Premium Economy flight reviews below, which outline the layout of both the carrier’s B777 and B767 Planes.

Austrian Airlines Premium Economy Flight Reviews
Review: Austrian Airlines’ Long Haul Premium Economy
Review: Austrian Airlines’ Long Haul Premium Economy

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Austrian Airlines’ Premium Economy will be launched on its long-haul flights from March 6 next year - but what do you get? The airline refitting all of its (twelve) current long-haul aircraft. The seating will be based on Lufthansa's Premium Economy (pictured above) with 18 Premium Economy seats in the cabin on its B767-300ERs, and 24 on their B777-200ER (see seat maps). The new Austrian Airlines Premium Economy Seat is nearly identical to what you’ll find on Lufthansa, Austrian’s parent company. Designed by ZIM, the stats are up to 38 inches of pitch and 9 inches of recline.

Review: Premium Economy On Austrian Airlines B777 & B767 Planes
Review: Premium Economy On Austrian Airlines B777 & B767 Planes

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You can book Premium Economy on all Austrian long-haul flights as their planes have all been retrofitted with a Premium Economy Cabin across its small fleet of just 12 B767 and B777 long-haul aircraft. The new Austrian Airlines Premium Economy Seat is nearly identical to what you’ll find on Lufthansa, Austrian’s parent company. Designed by ZIM, the stats are up to 38 inches of pitch and 9 inches of recline. All seats also have individual power outlets and USB ports. Bulkhead seats offer a substantial leg rest, while those behind do not.

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