I really like the nice vintage Austrian Airlines cabin picture in the cover of this timetable :) In 1988, Austrian was dropping its first class cabin and was switching to a typical Business/tourist dual layout many European carriers were using.
Destination map and flight itineraries (which include full schedule information)
Incluyo la sección de vuelos desde Baghdad, Berlin y Viena:
Flight schedules from Baghdad, Berlin and Vienna:
Domestic network (including flights operated by Austrian Air Services, and also the Tyrolean Airways network which at the time was not part of Austrian Airlines) and freighter network.
Flights to Canada and the USA were shared pool operations with TWA and Air Canada:
Lo que son las cosas... Hoy, en 2012, Austrian (que es parte del grupo Lufthansa) es una marca de los vuelos operados por Tyrolean. La empresa regional austriaca pasó a formar parte del grupo Austrian hace unos años, y como ocurrió con Sabena (DAT) o Swissair (Crossair) acabaron siendo meros nombres comerciales...
Things changed quite a bit in recent years. In 2012, Austrian (which is itself an airline within the Lufthansa group) went the same way other big European carriers did before: just like Sabena/DAT or Swissair/Crossair, all Austrian flights are actually operated by Tyrolean, the former regional carrier that was some years ago merged into the Austrian group...