Tyrolean Airways is Tyrolean Airline with parent Austrian Airlines owned by Lufthansa Group. Tyrolean Airways are also known as tirolean airways, tyrolian airways and tirol air. The home airport is Innsbruck international airport also known as Kranebitten Airport. First Tyrolean Airline was founded in 1978 under the name of AirCraft Innsbruck. Later in 1980 it was renamed to Tyrolean Airways.
Tyrolean Air has hub at Vienna International Airport and is a member of Star Alliance.
Online check in
Online check-in allows you to save time and fuss at the airport by checking in for your Tyrolean flight via the website prior to your arrival at the airport. You can also select convenient seat using seat map. Web check in cabinet also allows you to print boarding card or download electronic version to your smartphone. Please be informed that sometimes after online check in passengers will be still required to visit registration desk for document verification. It depends on destination and airport.
Online check-in is available 36 hours before your flight’s departure time and closes 60-90 minutes before departure time.
You can use online check-in on austrian.com for all Tyrolean flights departing from the airports listed in policy. Please note that sometimes online check-in is not available if the first flight in your itinerary is not an Tyrolean flight.
Tyrolean passengers need to check-in after arrival to airport. There are different regulations, but generally passengers are required to check-in at 1.5 hours prior to departure for international and 1 hour for domestic flights. Please make sure to check this information according to your airport and airline. To perform check in for tyrolean airways please proceed to Tyrolean Airways or Austrian Airways counters.
During check-in please be prepared to pass your identity registration. Be ready to present your passports, visas, invitational letters, etc.
Main goal of check-in is to obtain boarding pass and drop the baggage. You may also be asked for seating preferences: aisle or window. Most of the passengers prefer to be seated ny the window, so visit the check in counter early if you prefer this option.
If you have business class ticket, be advised that there are special check-in counters for you. You may also be offered to visit a business lounge and shortcut to security check.
Self service check-in kiosk
Self service check in kiosk allows you perform check-in procedure and print boarding pass without waiting. It also allows you to select a seat for you and up to 3 accompanied passengers Please enter your booking id number (6 characters) and present identification document (passport or credit card).
If you travel with luggage you still need to drop it at baggage drop off counter, otherwise you can proceed to security section.
Please be informed there are few cases in which you have to check-in at the counter:
- You travel by group more than 9 people
- Your child is travelling alone
Self Baggage Drop-off
Austrian Airlines launched self-service drop off at Vienna Airport. If you would like to use it, please visit new counters 351-354 at Terminal C. Please make sure you have boarding pass. Your flight should be operated by Austrian airlines.
How to drop-off your baggage using self-service system
- Place your baggage on the conveyor belt
- Scan your boarding pass
- Take the baggage tag
- Apply the baggage tag onto baggage
- Take your baggage receipt
- Keep your receipt until final destination
Please visit special check-in zone with check-in counters. There are separate check-in counters for business class and economy passengers. Business passengers will get priority pass and shortcut to security check area.
Austrian Arrows is a brand which Tyrolean Airways used for regional flights on behalf of Austrian Airways in period from 2003 till 2012.
After acquiring by Austrian Airways, Tyrolean Airlines were rebranded to Austrian Arrows and the fleet of Tyrolean was repainted to different livery.
General recommendations regarding your baggage:
- Each bag should be marked with your name and address
- It is recommended to put following items in your hand luggage: money, jewellery, computers, photos and video cameras, valuable papers and business documents, passports, personal belongings, etc.
- The amount and weight of free baggage is printed in booking confirmation.
- The maximum weight of baggage should be 32 kg in order to be accepted. If your baggage total dimensions is more than 158 cm, special conditions will be applied. Please contact Tyrolean Airways for more information.
Tyrolean Airways fleet contains 79 aircrafts:
- 7 units of Airbus A319-100 carrying 138 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 16 units of Airbus A320-200 carrying 168 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines. Were painted in Star Alliance and retro color scheme.
- 3 units of Airbus A321-100 carrying 200 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 3 units of Airbus A321-200 carrying 200 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 6 units of Boeing 767-300ER carrying 214-225 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 5 units of Boeing 777-200ER carrying 308-312 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 18 units of Bombardier Dash8 Q400 carrying 76 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 6 units of Fokker 70 carrying 80 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines.
- 15 units of Fokker 100 carrying 100 passengers operated for Austrian Airlines. Were painted in Star Alliance color scheme.
Average age of Tyrolean Airlines aircraft is 14.8 years. The fleet was operated by 460 pilots and 1500+ cabin crew members.
|Airbus A319-100||7||—||Var.||138||Operated for Austrian Airlines|
|Airbus A320-200||16||—||Var.||168||Operated for Austrian Airlines; OE-LBP painted in retro livery, OE-LBX painted in Star Alliance livery|
|Airbus A321-100||3||—||Var.||200||Operated for Austrian Airlines|
|Airbus A321-200||3||—||Var.||200||Operated for Austrian Airlines|
|Boeing 767-300ER||24||—||36-26||178-199||214-225||Operated for Austrian Airlines|
|Boeing 777-200ER||5||—||48-48||260-264||308-312||Operated for Austrian Airlines|
|Bombardier Dash 8 Q400||18||—||0||76||76||Operated for Austrian Airlines.|
|Fokker 70||6||—||0||80||80||Operated for Austrian Airlines|
|Fokker 100||15||—||0||100||100||Operated for Austrian Airlines; OE-LVG painted in Star Alliance livery|
Tyrolean Airways Review
|Review for flight Vienna to Prague: average airline. nothing good or bad|
|Negative review for flight featuring double charge, obese person and child|
|Review for flight: average airline. nothing good or bad, it’s same as Austrian|
|Review for flight Toronto to Vienna: happy passenger and nice meal|
|Review for flight Vienna to Dubai: excellent service, super food, better that Lufthansa|
|Review for flight YYZ to Vienna: worst flight ever|