Vienna Airport is moving its transfer airport from Lemberg to Frankfurt.
The terminal will operate at the same time as the new Vienna International Airport in Germany.
Viennese Airlines confirmed the change to the airline on its Twitter account, adding that the new terminal will be opened by the end of October.
The terminal, which was built in the 1980s and is the only one in Europe with a runway, will allow passengers to connect to Frankfurt’s Tegel Airport, which will become the new international terminal of Viennian Airlines.
Vienna Airport already has two terminals at Lembergg and Breslau.
Vienna and Frankfurt airports are part of the same network.
Viennese’s CEO said the change will allow the airline to increase capacity and reduce its costs.
Vienean’s Frankfurt-Vienna route will be expanded to 30 destinations.
The terminal was first used in 1990 and is used by more than 200 airlines and more than 50 airlines, including JetBlue, American Airlines, Norwegian, Qantas and Emirates.