Ryanair are to resume flights to Klagenfurt airport in Carinthia, southern Austria, for next ski season.
The airport is a gateway airport to ski areas in the southern half of Austria like Nassfeld, Schladming and Bad Kleinkirchheim, which are more distant from the commonly used Austrian 'ski' airports of Innsbruck and Salzburg in the north. It is also close to the Slovenian border and resorts like Bled and Kranjska Gora there.
The service will run twice-weekly from 1st November 2022 from London Stansted and once a week from Manchester from 17th December.
"As Austria's fastest-growing airline, Ryanair is delighted to resume operations from Klagenfurt Airport this winter with four exclusive routes from Brussels, Dublin, London and Manchester which will help position Klagenfurt and the Carinthian region as one of the top ski destinations in Europe," said Ryanair's Andreas Gruber.