VIENNA (Web Desk) – The Austrian government plans to deport 50,000 failed asylum seekers within the next four years.

Vienna MPs last week approved a bill toughening admission policies for migrants, RT reported.

The federal government will offer as much as €500 (US$544) in “return assistance” to migrants who leave voluntarily within three months after their asylum applications were rejected.

The country is also considering using its C-130 Hercules military transport aircraft for deportations, Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner added.

Vienna has added Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Georgia, Mongolia and Ghana to a list of countries described as ‘safe,’ enabling it to send asylum seekers back to those areas more quickly.