Over the course of 3 years, we have flown LOT Polish Airlines over 10 times. These were short haul EU flights connecting at Warsaw Chopin airport with domestic flights. You can find out about our experience by reading this article.
Vienna International Airport offers one of the shortest minimum connection times in the world. The airport of Vienna is constructed in a way, allowing fast connections. Officially, for star alliance flights the minimum connection time has been set to 25 minutes.
Austrian airlines, which use Vienna International Airport for its main hub take full advantage of this fact. They actively sell such connecting flights, so short connections are quite common in Vienna.
Many would argue that real life has nothing to do with formality and procedures. Before going forward with offering you generic advice concerning transferring in Vienna International Airport, we will try to find information on the subject form different sources online. So what does the Internet say?
Skopje International Airport (IATA code: SKP) serves the capital of the republic of North Macedonia (formerly FYROM) and is the only major International airport in the country. The other International airport is situated near the lake of Ohrid (IATA code: OHD) and serves only seasonal flights.
Since the republic of North Macedonia lacks a national carrier, the airport of Skopje is being used only by foreign carriers. It is linked with direct flights to most of ex-Yugoslavia capitals, namely Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana. Qatar Airways, Fly Dubai, Turkish Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Aegean and a few other carriers also operate to Skopje International Airport.
Paris Beauvais airport is suitable mainly for self-connecting flights of passengers traveling on Wizzair and Ryanair. There are a number of passengers who land at Beauvais airport and further connect to flights departing from the main airport of Paris - Charles de Gaulle (IATA code: CDG), boarding long haul flights of Air France.
Fly Dubai offers affordable fares to Dubai from Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa and some Asian countries, totalling around 100 destinations. Naturally, it also links these regions to each other via its hub at Dubai International Airport. Operating narrow body aircraft, Fly Dubai is also a sort of feeder to Emirates.