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Airline Review: People’s Viennaline

by Lisa
People's Viennaline Flight Review Embraer 170 - Travelblog JoyDellaVita.com

People’s Viennaline is a small Airline with a base at St. Gallen Altenrhein Airport closely to Rorschach in Switzerland. Their main route is connecting Vienna with Altenrhein, so said from one to the other end of Austria. From November 2016 to April 2017 they had another Route for a short time, from St. Gallen Altenrhein via Friedrichshafen to Cologne. The Flights from Friedrichshafen to St. Gallen Altenrhein and vice versa have even made it to the Guinness World Records for the shortest international commercial flight in the world. In just 8 minutes you were crossing Lake Constance, in an Embraer 170 machine. Eventually, the Line to Cologne was cancelled completely, of course including the short hop over the Lake.

This Airline Review of my People’s Viennaline Flight from Cologne to Friedrichshafen might not help anyone, as this Route dies not even exist anymore, but I hope it can give you at least some insight into how it is to fly with People’s Viennaline.

Pictures: Flying with People’s Viennaline in their Embraer 170 Aircraft

People's Viennaline Flight Review Embraer 170 - Travelblog JoyDellaVita.com
waiting at Cologne Airport to board my People’s Viennaline Flight
Inside the Embraer 170 Plane by People's Viennaline (2-2 seating) -- People's Viennaline Flight Review Embraer 170 - Travelblog JoyDellaVita.com
Inside the Embraer 170 Plane by People’s Viennaline (2-2 seating)
In-Flight snacks by People's Viennaline: Drink of choice and slice of bread with either cheese or cold-cuts -- People's Viennaline Flight Review Embraer 170 - Travelblog JoyDellaVita.com
In-Flight snacks by People’s Viennaline: Drink of choice and slice of bread with either cheese or cold-cuts
sweet snack before landing, MINOR swiss chocolates -- People's Viennaline Flight Review Embraer 170 - Travelblog JoyDellaVita.com
sweet snack before landing, MINOR swiss chocolates
Lisa
Hi, I'm Lisa and welcome to my Joy Della Vita Travelblog. Joy della Vita, inspired by the Italian language, means 'Joy of Life'. And this is what can be found here. Travel, Food, Mobility & (Travel-)Lifestyle.

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