Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Austin to Dresden
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Travelers transiting through Germany from Brazil, Ireland, Portugal, South Africa or the UK must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 test result issued within 48 hours prior to arrival. Tests accepted are: Antigen, PCR, RT-LAMP and TMA tests. The certificate must be in English, French or German. Children under the age of 6 are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 test result.
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There are no direct flights for this route listed on KAYAK, the shortest multi-flight duration is 14h 50m.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on United Airlines ($1,706)
When flying out of Austin you will be using Austin Bergstrom, often referred to as Austin Airport. You will be landing at Dresden Arpt, also known as Dresden Airport.
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Scores according to KAYAK customer reviews
Pros: "Flight was good and I am satisfied."
Cons: "My entertainment set didn't work because the headphone jack was broken so that was a major bummer."
Pros: "The plane was not too crowded"
Cons: "We could have been on time"
Pros: "On time departures and landings"
Pros: "Good flight, personal device entertainment, on-plane flight attendant helped switch some seats so my family could stick together"
Cons: "Meddlesome gate agent split my family up before we boarded, lost one of my bags at SFO (got it 1.5 days later)."
Pros: "Not much"
Cons: "Due to space limitations this was one of the most uncomfortable transatlantic trips in about 30 years"
Pros: "The beach and the forests"
Cons: "Most of the people from San Pedro"
Pros: "No complaints about wait times, punctuality or the crew."
Cons: "TV and headphone jack both defective. Paid for First Class and expected better. Since this was also not a flight with entertainment availability on personal devices I’m glad I had my kindle on board for the 3 1/2 hour flight."
Pros: "Punctual flight, fabulous flight attendants, and the best airline food I’ve eaten in a long time. I can’t remember the last time passengers were given a menu to order food from ."
Cons: "No WiFi on board"
Pros: "Easy, no probs. Clean & on time."
Cons: "Nuttin. All good."
Cons: "Sit are wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to uncomfortable"
Cons: "Super late pilots/airplane. The time wasn't followed as it was always DELAYED!"
Pros: "Aside from the turbulence the ride was fine."
Cons: "We got stuck for an hour on the tarmac in Denver, completely ruining the transfer process and I got stuck overnight in Denver."
Cons: "Flight switched, old plane operated by Privelage Style, 0 entertainment and poor service throughout the 7 + hours from Chicago, flight an hour delayed as well"
Cons: "Delays hrom Houston toCR"
Pros: "Good service"
Pros: "On time"
Cons: "No delays"
Pros: "I boarded Lufthansa Flight# 568 on June 1st from Frankfurt to Lagos (my Destination) but forgot my pair of glasses. I made a couple of calls and was finally able to get a contact email address for email@example.com. He is the gentleman at the NAHCO AVIANCE office. He was not only very professional but went over and beyond corresponding well and was able to get the word across to the Malabo Airport where the flight finally terminated. My pair of glasses was returned from Malabo to Nigeria where I picked it up within a couple of days. I was so overjoyed at this display of fantastic customer service. Great job by the excellent team at Lufthansa. I'm going to remain with Lufthansa for future trips. Signed OF."
Pros: "Prompt departure"
Cons: "The weather in denver"
Pros: "Nothing in particular"
Cons: "Waiting 45 minutes going on the tarmac and 60 minutes coming back"
Pros: "Trip too short for anything"
Cons: "There were too many pretzels in the snack mix and not enough of the yummy orange things"
Pros: "It was dope."
Cons: "See above"
Cons: "Nothing but a sweet caramel treat offered as snack. At least could be a regular cracker, not full of sugar."
Pros: "United did manage to reroute us so that we cought up with the flight to Europe we were booked on."
Pros: "Small plane"
Cons: "Air con too cold. Freezing inside the plane"
Cons: "The arrogance and attitude from air crew, ground service staff to lounge receptionist was unreal."
Pros: "Everything was ok."
Cons: "I didn't get any food mainly because of the cost. I did get a complimentary drink. I did not get any entertainment but was under the impression there was a cost. Too short of a flight for that."
Pros: "Ashley, the stewardist, stole my heart. She poured me water with such finesse it brought a renewed passion to my photography."
Cons: "They should really get some wifi for free. Its the future man!!!"
Cons: "Everything was horrible"
Pros: "It was on time and the staff was very friendly."
Cons: "I sat at the very back. :-("
Cons: "Delay without updates. Almost missed my connection. No TV."
Cons: "The people at the check in in Boise were unpleasant. Seemed angry and frustrated with everyone. Our flight from San Francisco to Boise was cancelled and the person on the phone was not helpful at all. The two flight attendants argued at least three times dragging passengers in on their fight. My husband and I were sitting in the back. It was very uncomfortable. Thank goodness I had my headphones. Then the flight attendant followed one of the passengers to the women's restroom at the SF airport to argue her point after overhearing she was going to email the airline!"
Cons: "Price was not competitive"
Pros: "Space, cleanliness, boarding procedures"
Cons: "Snack options"
Pros: "Everbody seemed nice. Smooth ride."
Cons: "The back bins get filled too quickly. Same issue going and coming."
Pros: "Had a window seat that allowed me to sleep"
Pros: "The connection Austin to Newark, Newark to Amsterdam"
Cons: "plane could be cleaner"
Cons: "Limited food and drinks options."
Pros: "Polite attendants!"
Cons: "Will definitely recommend to friends!"
Pros: "They were on time."
Cons: "They changed my seating choice."
Pros: "Good customers service!"
Cons: "Return trip had small planes"
Cons: "The directtv was not free. My charger wouldnt stay plugged because the outlet was loose"
Pros: "First time in a plane and it was the smoothest ride"
Cons: "It is June, not December. No idea why the delays. Got put on multiple different flights due to delays, missed connection and meeting. Turned around to go home at 3 am. It was hell. United is so disappointing, not the first time. Will avoid at all cost in the future."
Airlines flying from Austin to Dresden have enacted additional safety measures and adjusted policies to better accommodate travelers. Policies vary by airline.
Daily cleaning, installation of cabin HEPA filters on flights from Austin to Dresden
Masks required on board, masks provided on flights from Austin to Dresden
Social distancing seating
Middle seats unavailable to book on flights from Austin to Dresden
Testing for antibodies, testing for symptoms for flights from Austin to Dresden
Waiving of change fees. Search flexible flights from Austin to Dresden