Austrian Arrows was a regional airline based in Austria. It was a subsidiary of Austrian Airlines and operated flights on behalf of the parent company.
The airline began operations in 1989 and primarily served domestic routes within Austria, as well as some international routes to neighboring countries. Austrian Arrows operated a fleet of regional aircraft, such as the Fokker 70 and Fokker 100. These aircraft had a capacity of around 70 to 100 passengers.
In 2015, Austrian Arrows was rebranded as Austrian Airlines, and its operations were fully integrated into the parent company. Today, Austrian Airlines continues to serve regional routes within Austria and neighboring countries, as well as long-haul international flights.