The distance between Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Vienna (Austria): 597 miles or 955 km

Austrian arrows offers flights from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) to Vienna (VIE) in 2009. Most of they days in 2010 they seem to offer 4 flights a day. Nearly all these flights seem to be with Fokker F100 and Fokker F70 airliners. Flighttime: 1 hour and 50 minutes

Austrian Arrows Fokker F70
Austrian Arrows Fokker F70 airliner ready to for take-off on Polderbaan at Amsterdam Schiphol airport on a Sunday afternoon in september 2009 above. Austrian arrows flies 9 Fokker F70 airliners in 2010. Each can seat a maximum of 80 passengers in a 5 (2-3) in a row configuration. The legroom seems to be 34'' and 31'', depending the class.

Austrian arrows F100

above and below: an Austrian arrows Fokker 100 just after take-off in Amsterdam in March 2010

Austrian arrows has a fleet of 15 Fokker 100 airliners in 2010. Each of these can seat a maximum of 100 passengers. They are seated 5 (2-3) on a row. The engines are two Rolls-Royce Tay of 15,100 lbs each. The range with maximum fuel is 2.000 km.

KLM Fokker 70
KLM is also active on the route Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) to Vienna (VIE) in 2010 and they seem to offer consistenly 4 daily flights on this route. They use a variety of airliners on the route like Fkker F70, Embraer 190 and Boeing 737. It seems that in May 2010 you can leave Amsterdam with KLM at 7:10 am, 1:15 pm, 5:15 pm or 8:10 pm.
KLM Embraer 190
above: KLM Embraer 190 on Polderbaan at Amsterdam Schiphol airport March 7th 2010

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