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Opening of First Worldshop at Vienna Airport

Opening of First Worldshop at Vienna Airport

With the opening of a brand-new Worldshop at Vienna Airport, the most significant Miles & More Retail division is now available to travelers in Austria. Here, they can choose from a wide range of high-quality travel and lifestyle products. Customers can browse the selection, get ideas, and collect and redeem Miles & More reward miles daily from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Terminal 3, Airside, near Gate F.

Fans of airlines will enjoy special promotions and limited editions.

Customers can anticipate enticing special promotions upon the store’s opening. For instance, you can receive ten times as many award miles for every dollar you spend, get a 20 percent cash and mile discount on Travelite Airbase Trolleys in a variety of colors, participate in a lucky wheel promotion to win instant prizes, and, of course, enjoy Mozarttalers, a beloved and distinctly Viennese tradition.

The recently unveiled Austrian Airlines Upcycling Collection is another highlight. This provides furniture and accessories manufactured from former Austrian Airlines aircraft parts to aviation enthusiasts. Along with wine racks and hanging cabinets constructed from the actual luggage compartment doors of the Austrian Airlines Airbus A321 with the registration OE-LBD, Aircrafttag keychains made from aircraft skin are also offered.

According to Michael Trestl, CCO of Austrian Airlines, “Worldshop stands for inspiring ideas, the highest quality standards, and a distinctive shopping experience.” “As a result, we are especially thrilled that we now have a shop in Vienna, where we can provide our visitors with a unique range of co-branded goods from Austrian Airlines as well as other cutting-edge travel and lifestyle goods. This enables our visitors to bring a piece of Austria home with them, even above the clouds.

A must-see for all aviation enthusiasts, according to Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO of Vienna Airport. At the Vienna Airport, travelers can now purchase well-liked items made from recycled airplane interiors as well as everything they require for their trip. The new Worldshop is conveniently situated in Terminal 3’s departure area for Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa. We are providing visitors with a genuinely one-of-a-kind shopping experience in Austria in collaboration with Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, and Miles & More.

  • Worldshop: A Story of Success

The Miles & More GmbH brand Worldshop is a key component of the company’s retail offering. Worldshop, launched in 2002, has grown to be Miles & More GmbH’s most significant e-commerce platform. There are currently more than 5,800 goods available from more than 400 top companies. Worldshop turns into a true travel companion with limited in-house productions in Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines design and beyond.

Johann-Philipp Bruns, Managing Director of Miles & More GmbH and in charge of the Sales division, says, “Our extensive experience in the retail sector and an established process and service provider structure enable us to tailor our products to the needs of our customers and to continue developing them. It is a logical and significant step to extend to additional countries with our airport stores and provide travelers with a distinctive shopping experience at the point of sale, as evidenced by the popularity of our items and the 190 billion award miles redeemed since our founding.

Worldshop is one of the most popular methods to use award miles from Miles & More after flight and upgrade awards, as well as hotel and rental car incentives. Shopping is available not only in one of the nine Worldshop locations with a combined retail space of more than 870 square meters at the airports of Berlin-Brandenburg, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, and Vienna, but also online at, while flying on Swiss (International), Austrian, or Lufthansa, and at any time.

Source- Travel daily

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