People's, branded as People's Viennaline until May 2018, and legally Altenrhein Luftfahrt GmbH, is an Austrian airline headquartered in Vienna. It operates scheduled and charter passenger flights mainly from its base at St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport in Switzerland.


Founded as People's Viennaline in 2010, the first revenue flight of the company took place on 27 March 2011. For several years, People's only operated a single scheduled route between its homebase and Vienna. However, the route network has since been expanded with some seasonal and charter services.
In November 2016, People's inaugurated the world's shortest international jet route. The flight from St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport, Switzerland to Friedrichshafen Airport, Germany took only eight minutes of flight over Lake Constance and could‘ve been booked individually. The airline faced severe criticism for this service from politicians and environmental organisations. This leg was part of its then new St.Gallen/Altenrhein-Friedrichshafen-Cologne/Bonn service. However, this entire route has been terminated entirely by the mid of April 2017 due to low passenger numbers. Shortly after, the airline announced plans to terminate its last remaining route from Friedrichshafen as well.
In May 2018, People's Viennaline announced a rebrand to the shortened People's in order to reflect their widened route network.
In October 2019, the airline announced major restructuring measures mainly consisting of the phase-out of one of their two aircraft and the closure of all charter operations outside of their St. Gallen/Althenrhein base.


Current destinations

According to Flightradar24 in July 2020 People's has been flying regular flights from Brisbane Queensland Australia to Port Moresby New Guinea & Honiara in the Solomon Islands using a Boeing 737-300 freighter.
As of October 2019, People's operates one year-round scheduled route and some seasonal scheduled and charter services:
As of August 2019, People's operates the following aircraft: